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Button

A link to a file on a computer represented by a place the user can click with a mouse. A button may open a program, a directory or almost anything else contained in the computer. It may or may not be positioned on the desktop.
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As we began to study what drivers do that cause distraction, we recognized that drivers press buttons to tune the radio or interact with their mobile phone to listen to music content on their mobile phone or to stream internet radio," said Michael Metcalf, CEO of Voice Assist.
When it took him one minute and six seconds to get past an automated menu inviting him to press buttons for different options, he lost his temper.
For old technophobes like me who still prefer to change channels by getting up to press buttons on the TV, the iPhone is pure science fiction 'beam me up Scotty' magic.
Despite his soaring reputation Hamilton went back to basics as he learned to press buttons and flick switches as he got to grips with more than 30 different settings on the highly complex steering wheel of his F1 machine.
There seems to be more and more automated telephone systems with recorded voices which ask you to press buttons 1,2,3, and you cannot ask any questions because there is no one there to answer.
Tory health spokesman Jonathan Morgan said: 'People wonder why our health service is in such a state when the two people who have run it for the last seven years can't even press buttons properly.
Cheryl added: ``I thought Orc a was unbelievable, anyway, because he can obey 105 commands, unload the washing machine and press buttons at the pedestrian crossing.