Darius
  • Member for 12 years, 7 months
  • Last seen more than a month ago
Are dot matrix printers still used anywhere?
Accepted answer
10 votes

As old as it is, it is still used quite a lot. As Hofa mentioned (Carbon Paper), some of the examples that I've still seen: Packaging Slip that is glued on the box. You sign on the slip on the box, ...

View answer
Do you use the same root password for every device?
2 votes

The one used in the organisation where I was working: Desktop/Local PC Admin password is all the same (but since we're ghosting all our machines, that is the only way to do it, and if someone ever ...

View answer
Easy network storage and file accsses soultion
1 votes

Personally I prefer a PC mainly for more usability and flexibility in upgrading them, and also "changing" the inside if you ever need it for other uses (or for better performance). For the PC: ...

View answer
Best practices to block social sites
1 votes

Short Answer: Yes there are companies out there blocking web access (social or other sites) Long Answer: From employer point of view: Time used at work, not doing any work, is wasted. From employee ...

View answer
What do you call the main component of a computer system?
0 votes

I'd call it PC/Laptop/Server ... depends on what they are shape-wise Box is a good term to speak with people that is very not used to using computer... a lot easier for them to accept when you told ...

View answer
Is there a way to bind a wireless network to a proxy setting?
0 votes

The only thing I can think of is to set their IE / Firefox / (Browser here) to "Auto Detect Proxy Setting for Network" from the computer/laptop.

View answer
WinXP - Map network location to local folder
-1 votes

I'm not too sure if this is what you're after, but windows XP can Map Network Drive/Network Folder into a drive (Z:\ etc) but not to a specific folder. I'm not sure what you're trying to achieve, but ...

View answer