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:

  1. 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.

  2. Save a copy of your work (temporarily) to the hard drive and then email a copy of it to yourself.

  3. 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.

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