user-friendly

[yoo-zer-frend-lee]
adjective
easy to use, operate, understand, etc.: the most user-friendly personal computer now on the market.

Origin:
1980–85

user-friendliness, noun
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user-friendly
 
adj
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
 
user-friendliness
 
n

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user-friendly definition


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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Example sentences
Best of all, it's user-friendly: unlike other fan stoves, it has a side-feeding
  combustion chamber that's easy to refuel.
The revised and updated series offers user-friendly guides that follow major
  roads.
Duffel, an online tool and mobile app, allows users to gather all their trip
  planning research in one user-friendly space.
The result is a highly-detailed and user-friendly map.
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