X Window System

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The X Window System (also known as X) is a windowing system for UNIX systems. It was originally developed at MIT. X follows a client/server model. Usually, UNIX or Linux workstation runs an X server, and client can connect to X server locally or remotely. The X server manages input and output devices and updates display used by the clients.

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