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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “desktop”

desktop

noun [C] (COMPUTING)
電腦操作
 
 
/ˈdesk.tɒp/ US  /-tɑːp/
a view on a computer screen which is intended to represent the top of a desk and which contains icons (= small symbols or pictures) that represent files, programs and other features of the computer
(電腦)桌面
The menu bar with its windows is one of the features of the desktop.
具有能開啟視窗的菜單條是桌面的特徵之一。
Computer concepts
(also desktop computer) a type of computer that is small enough to fit on the top of a desk
座枱式電腦
→ Compare laptop (computer), notebook, palmtop (computer)Computer hardware
desktop
 
 
adjective [before noun]
a desktop device/printer/system
座枱裝置/座枱列印機/桌面系統
Computer hardware
(Definition of desktop noun (COMPUTING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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