PC Desktop Standards

After being logged in you have access to different applications and SW packages by means of drive mappings .
Click on My Computer to see:

Drive letters A-E assigned to local disks
Drive letter H is your home directory
Drive letter K is mapped to application programs(apps)
Drive letter T is for public domain programs, lecture materials and other software that can be freely copied by students on diskettes.

Open Start Programs to see the applications available to you.

It is assumed that the students will store their data back to their HOME directory (H: drive) before logging out. The users will have full read/write access to their home directories. This concludes this lesson of PC Computing. Please return to the PC Index and continue with the next lesson.

you will be mapped to a directory(K:) that contains applications such as MsOffice, Matlab, PSpice, Ada and so forth.

It is assumed that the students will work on the C:/WORK directory on the PC and will store their data back to their HOME directory (H: drive) before logging out.

The users will have full read/write access to their home directories.

Don’t forget to save your data on drive H: before exiting the session, because otherwise you may not find it again.

Keep copies of your files backed up on floppy disks.
Your work saved on drive H: will be automatically backed up by administrator scripts.

This concludes this lesson of PC Computing. Please return to the PC Index and continue with the next lesson.

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