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user-friendly

[yoo-zer-frend-lee] /ˈyu zərˈfrɛnd li/
adjective
1.
easy to use, operate, understand, etc.:
the most user-friendly personal computer now on the market.
Origin of user-friendly
1980-1985
1980-85
Related forms
user-friendliness, noun
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user-friendly

adjective
1.
easy to use or understand: a user-friendly dictionary
2.
(of a computer system) easily operated and understood by means of a straightforward guide in jargon-free language
Derived Forms
user-friendliness, noun
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user-friendly in Technology


Programmer-hostile. Generally used by hackers in a critical tone, to describe systems that hold the user's hand so obsessively that they make it painful for the more experienced and knowledgeable to get any work done. See menuitis, drool-proof paper, Macintrash, user-obsequious.
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The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing, © Denis Howe 2010 http://foldoc.org
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