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usability

(ūz″ă-bil′ĭt-ē)
A design characteristic pertaining to the ease with which people can employ tools and processes to perform goal-related tasks. Included in the characteristics are elements such as ease of learning, recall, satisfaction, and efficiency.
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The cars were also tested by two separate pairs of judges for "caravan-ability" which equates to their userfriendliness and ability to accommodate passengers comfortably, along with typical caravanning holiday luggage.
Since the beginning of the eighties legislatures have begun to respond to the needs of international practice and have enacted new arbitration laws as `marketing strategies,' intended to send a signaling effect to the international arbitration community of the userfriendliness of their legal environment and of the quality of services offered in these jurisdictions.
Also, it may be more cumbersome to use and less user-friendly; although, in recent years, GOTS has moved a long way down the path of userfriendliness and ease of use.
But all these promises of userfriendliness, speed and efficiency mean nothing if there's a danger the system will lose or corrupt data, and that's why CPAS will be wise to wait.
Although these computers were relatively small capacity (128-kilobyte) machines, their power, versatility, portability, and userfriendliness added a new dimension to the Centre -- a dimension that has continued to expand and diversify up to the present day.