You can easily and quickly deploy applications via a GUI interface and push via a browser. Historically, many solutions required the application to be installed locally on the computer. But today, with the client being GUI, applications can be accessed and utilized via a Web browser, thus making remote access more efficient. Describe the implications of this capability for the human-machine interface.
•Windows GUI typically excels over command line interface (CLI) owing to its ease of use and short learning curve. In your role as a user advocate, identify and describe one way in which CLI excels compared to GUI, and explain whether or not those features are available in a GUI.
Control - Users have much more control of their file system and operating system in a command line interface. For example, users can copy a specific file from one location to another with a one-line command.
Although a GUI offers plenty of control of a file system and operating system, the more advanced tasks may still need a command line.