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People and Computers IX: Proceedings of the HCI' 94 Conference

Cockton, G. and Draper, S. and Weir, G.R.S. (1994) People and Computers IX: Proceedings of the HCI' 94 Conference. Proceedings of HCI . Cambridge University Press. ISBN 052148557-6

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Abstract

Personal computer users typically manage hundreds of directories and thousands of files with hierarchically structured file managers, plus archaic cluttered-desktop window managers, and ionic representations of applications. An alternate approach is presented: Personal Role Manager (PRM).