Answered By: David Gray Last Updated: Jan 09, 2015 Views: 26
No - the public access library computers have Deep Freeze, a security application that deletes any changes a user makes to a workstation or documents saved to the hard drive when the computer is restarted or rebooted.
Ways to Save Your Work:
- Save to a USB thumb drive or online storage and back it up (save it) every so many minutes. if you not have a USB drive, you can check one out at the Circulation desk.
- Save a copy of your work (temporarily) to the hard drive and then email a copy of it to yourself.
- Google Drive (or Google Documents) is an online office suite. You have the option to upload existing documents (such as word, excel, or powerpoint documents) or create a document from scratch.
You can access google documents through your LFCC email. Once you are logged in, there is a link for Documents near the top of the page.
For more information, see the Google Docs tour.