What are the Basic Parts of a Microsoft Windows of Your Computer?
All windows share some things in common. Although the contents of every window are different.
For one thing, windows always appear on the desktop—the main work area of your screen.
In addition, most windows have the same basic parts.
Parts of a Microsoft Windows-Typical Windows –
Title bar – Displays the name of the document and program (or the folder name if you’re working in a folder).
Menu bar – Contains items that you can click to make choices in a program.
Scroll bar – Lets you scroll the contents of the window to see information that is currently out of view.
Minimize, Maximize, and Close buttons – These buttons hide the window, enlarge it to fill the whole screen, and close it, respectively (more details on these shortly).
Borders and corners – You can drag these with your mouse pointer to change the size of the window.