A windowing system developed at MIT, which runs under UNIX and all major operating systems. It uses a client-server protocol and lets users run applications on other computers in the network and view the output on their own screen.
A system developed at MIT that allows applications to be displayed in windows and shared among different workstations and terminals. Available on all UNIX operating systems supported by ArcInfo and ArcView. ArcInfo and ArcView are X Windows-based applications. ArcInfo or ArcView can be run on any X-compliant terminal or X Station on all supported UNIX platforms or on any PC or Macintosh through emulation software.
Windows is a public domain windowing system that is mainly used on UNIX systems. The system includes a standard library of routines that can be used to develop GUI applications. The system also includes standard utilities like xclock, xcalc, xeyes, etc.