Console is a Windows console window enhancement. Console features include: multiple tabs, text editor-like text selection, different background types, alpha and color-key transparency, configurable font, different window styles
The keyboard and monitor of a computer considered together.
the desklike controlling unit of an organ containing the keyboard, pedals, stops, etc. by means of which the organ is played.
The key desk of an organ, containing Manuals, Pedals, Stops, and other devices used in playing or controlling the organ.
The work station for the organist. It consists of a cabinet containing the manual and pedal keyboards and the stop controls, arranged in a convenient and standardized manner as prescribed by the American Guild of Organists. There is a bench for the organist, and parts of the organ action are found in the cabinet. The console is usually separated from the rest of the organ, to which it is connected with a cable, and is often decorated with cabinetwork that matches the decor of the church.
In NetWare, the file server's keyboard and monitor.
A console is another name for a terminal. A "system console" or an "operator's console" is a special, privileged terminal used to control the computer system.
The PC keyboard and display.
A terminal or monitor used to configure the 9180 controller and to supervise the RF data collection system.
A customizable graphical window monitoring component of xmperf.
A console is the term for the actual screen and keyboard used in the work stations.
A terminal used to monitor and control a computer or network.
a basic computer or monitor and keyboard that is connected to a network, server and/or a mainframe and is used to maintain and/or monitor the status of the network or computer
a combination of a keyboard and a display device, such as a video monitor
an all-text display mode that occupies the entire display monitor screen
a simple window which can be used to read input from the keyboard and write text to it
Primary input/output device. The console consists of a listing device, such as a screen or teletype, and a keyboard through which the user communicates with the operating system or applications program.
This holds the keyboards and stop controls for an organ. It is the control center for the instrument.
is the name given to what used to be called terminals. They were the machines (a screen plus a keyboard) connected to one big central mainframe. On PC s, the physical terminal is the keyboard and screen. See Also virtual console.
The unit that contains everything the organist needs to control the sound such as the manuals, pedalboard, pistons, etc. All this stuff together is the console. For a picture, see the overview page.
A control unit through which a user communicates with a computer via primary input devices (keyboard and mouse) and a primary output device (screen). A console integrates all the tools, information, and web pages an administrator needs to perform specific tasks.
In most id Software licensed games, you can bring down a console, in which different commands can be typed to perform actions which will affect the game. In most FPS-games, to bring down the console, press the key that is just below the ESCAPE-key on the keyboard. On US-style keyboards its the ~ (tilde) character.
The desk from which an organ is played. It includes keyboards, a pedalboard, stop knobs, and other devices required to control the sound of the instrument.
The terminal used to configure network devices at boot (start-up) time.
A computer designed with the sole purpose of playing games. Often sold without keyboard.
A dedicated device for playing games, using a TV or monitor to view the action.
can have different meanings dependant of the context it is used in: short for "Game console" (see glossary G: Game console) The keyboard/screen combination from which a (remote) computer is operated The commandline interface to directly issue basic commands to the computer's operating system (example: The DOS version of MAME is lauched from a DOS-console).