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A window is an opening in an otherwise solid, opaque surface, through which light can pass.
Window may also refer to:
- Launch window, in aerospace, a time period in which a particular rocket must be launched
- Chaff (radar countermeasure), during World War II, the dropping of aluminium foil by aircraft to deceive radar installations
Arts and entertainment
- Window (album), an album released by The Microphones in 2000
- The Window, a 1949 film based on the short story "The Boy Who Cried Murder" by Cornell Woolrich
- Window (short story), a 1980 science-fiction short story by Bob Leman
- The Window (song cycle), a musical piece by Sullivan and Tennyson
- "Window", a song by Fiona Apple from her album Extraordinary Machine
- "Window", a song by The Album Leaf
- Window (film), a 2005 film starring Louis Gossett, Jr.
- Window (computing), a display rectangle used by a graphical user interface (GUI)
- X Window System, the system used by most Unix-like operating systems and OpenVMS
- A window in computer networking, a data transmission period, see Sliding Window Protocol
- Register window, a feature of some CPUs
- Window Snyder, former Mozilla Corporation security expert
Science and technology
- Atmospheric window (disambiguation), those parts of the electromagnetic spectrum that are not absorbed by the Earth's atmosphere
- Astronomical window
- Window period, in medicine, the time between first infection and detectability
- In signal processing, the a window function used to condition a signal
- Window (geology) (or "fenster"), a hole in a thrust sheet through which the underlying rocks crop out
- Window function, in signal processing, a function that is zero-valued outside of some chosen interval
- Johari window, a technique to improve understanding of one's self and the perceptions of others.
- Overton Window, the range of political ideas the public will accept.
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