desktop version

desktop version

(1) An application installed in the user's machine. Contrast with "online version," which is available from a Web browser. See desktop application and Web application.

(2) A Web page designed for a computer; not a small smartphone screen. Contrast with "mobile version."
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Facebook says it has made this option available on the desktop version of its platform because "desktop or laptop computers provide a stable camera setup that can be beneficial to many types of Facebook Live broadcasts - from Q&As to vlogs to tutorials to any broadcast from someone who isn't on the move.
Slowly and steadily, Adobe has been improving its mobile version of the app, and now we're almost at the point where we don't need the desktop version at all - especially as we're mostly shooting on our mobiles these days.
Alberg described Gravity's mobile ads as an IMAX-quality video asset that, like the desktop version, will integrate a full-screen immersive display that can run both short-form and long-form videos.
99, but all those paying for the desktop version get it all free by logging in.
New MetaTrader 4 iPad is now closer to the desktop version in terms of functionality.
Mobile users who still wish to use the desktop version of authorSTREAM can simply click on the "Desktop Version" link in the footer of the page.
The desktop version uses Adobe Air, so it works on Windows, Mac and Linux.
A desktop version of Intermedia Online Backup was launched in April 2011, enabling companies to automatically back up files on employees' desktops and laptops.
The version of ThinManager for iPhone and iPad devices offers much of the same functionality as the desktop version, ACP said.
Spiceworks Inc announced on Monday the release of the Spiceworks IT Desktop version 4.