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Desktop Middleware

August 7, 2009

This middleware makes variations in the presentation of the data as requested by a user. This is performed by tracking and assisting applications. The user accesses data through Microsoft Windows Application from various applications and sources (such as flat files, MCP/AS-based data, etc.).
This middleware also manages any transport services (e.g. terminal emulation, files transfer, printing services). The desktop middleware provides backup protection and other operational background functions with minimal disruption. It assists the operating system in providing needed services to increase performance.

Strengths of desktop middleware are that they give a similar look-and-feel to many different applications and provide multiple services to make computing easy to use and control.

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