Shell

In binding and finishing, an alternate term for a slip case. See Slip Case.

In computing, a shell is an outer "layer" of a program, or the interface between the user and the operating system. The shell's purpose is to simply user-computer communications, in particular to allow the user to switch between or among applications without having to close an open application.

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