Many software packages utilize a Graphical User Interface, or GUI for short. This is the primary
means for users to interact with a program.
Modern software often changes the look and feel of a GUI in an effort to show differences when
selling updates. These changes can distract and confuse users who find it challenging to learn
a new way to operate and control their software.
At Computrols, we have written software for over 30 years, originating with our DOS CBAS
program. Over the years, we have worked hard to modernize the program while focusing strictly
on the user experience, never wanting to change something simply for the sake of change.
Users of our very first version of software would find themselves comfortable with the latest
version, as illustrated below: