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Published on 01.18.06 by Brent Trahan

Define: "In Focus"

When something is in focus that means it’s active. Below is a screen shot of a desktop with 2 Internet Explorer windows open. The Internet Explorer window that has Google is in focus. You can tell if a window is in focus because the top bar is darker than and in front of all the […]

When something is in focus that means it’s active. Below is a screen shot of a desktop with 2 Internet Explorer windows open. The Internet Explorer window that has Google is in focus. You can tell if a window is in focus because the top bar is darker than and in front of all the other open windows.

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