The top of the desk where the computer sits
A tool that keeps track of all the data on disk
Where all of a computer's memory is stored
The virtual desk upon which all of your other programs and utilities run
Mac OS X
Right-clicking the mouse and dragging the Taskbar to make it bigger
Left-clicking the mouse and double-clicking the Taskbar
Moving the mouse pointer to the top of the Taskbar, pausing until the pointer turns into a double-headed arrow, and then clicking and dragging.
Highlighting the Taskbar and double-clicking in the center
Hidden, Read Only, Archive, System
Compression, Hidden, Archive, Encryption, Read Only
Read Only, Hidden, System, Encryption
Indexing, Read Only, Hidden, System, Compression
Browse the Internet
Copy and move files
Change file attributes
Create backup jobs
The same as special permissions
Only the Read, Write, and Execute permissions
Permissions assigned to users but not to groups
Permissions grouped together for easy assignment.
System control panel
Using the Shut Down command
Typing cmd in the Start Run box
Using the Run command and typing in the name of the program
Typing cmd in the Start box followed by the program name
Open the System control panel and choose Performance to see what process is causing the problem.
Add more memory.
Pres Ctrl+Alt+Del to reboot the computer.
Open Task Manager, select the appropriate task, and click End Task.
My Computer icon
Run the Shut Down (Turn Off) command at a command prompt.
Turn off the switch and unplug the machine
Select Start -> Shut Down, choose Shut Down, and turn off the computer.
Files and folders
Windows doesn't come with a back up program.
8 characters plus a 3-character extension