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In a fat-client system, some of the application processing is carried out on the client whereas in a thin client system only the user interface is displayed on the client and all of the application processing is carried out on the server. However, modern web browsers are all javascript enabled which means that code can be downloaded from the web page on the server and executed within the client browser. This means that some of the functionality of fat clients can be replicated without the need to install software on the client system.

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