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"Windows. 
Look through them, or look at them. Either way, windows aren't 'Windows' unless they're from Microsoft. Really?"

How did the name "Windows" ever get associated with computers, anyway? Most people think of a window as something you look through to get a view of your world while being protected from the elements.

Of course they're right. But in a serious way, Windows does give you a view of the world. When searching for a name for his brain trust, Mr. Bill Gates and friends decided on "Windows." The full name is, of course, Microsoft Windows. Yea, it's a registered trademark and all that.

With that in mind, what exactly do you call this?:

It's a badly shrunken screen capture of the Display Properties thingy. Well, instead of calling it a "thingy," how about calling it a Dialog Box, or if you'd rather, simply a window? Let's use the "proper" terminology, shall we?  Just immerse yourself in this site, and you'll soon you'll be dreaming about this stuff.

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