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fully-integrated Windows-based system
I am doing a little research on point of sales software. I see that there are a lot to choose from.
One thing I have noticed is that a lot of them are using the term fully-integrated Windows-based system in there marketing. I have very little programming knowedge but I am just finding it hard to define what that means.
Does that simply mean you need Windows to run it?
Does it mean that nothing but windows programming tools where used to make it?
When I think of fully intergrated I think of IE and the way, at least for a long time, it was integrated right into the OS. I am just confused, what are your guys opinions?
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