Tred light as it's not your machine to play with.
If hubby can get the ok then a bios password or put the power cord in his pocket when he leaves for the day will slow down most folks.
My husband recently got a new job and inherited someone's old computer, Win 98. I know he has around 30 GB, but don't yet know how much RAM or processor.
I have several questions, as I am going to be downloading a bunch of software for him.
First: When the program starts, he can enter his user name & password, so he's an approved user. But, when he signs out, anyone else can access and use the computer. They have no IT person.
How do we permanently lock the entire computer so that no one else can use it? Does this mean the "guest" user is enabled? He's been having problems w/people coming in after hours and accessing porn sites... And no, for whatever doggone reason, he doesn't have a key to his office.
Second: I plan on downloading things like SpyBot, Ad-Aware, Ewido, etc. If he has a partition on the computer, will these programs show up on his side and the "regular" side (which no one is using)?
Please be aware that I know a little bit, but haven't worked with Win 98 for sometime. Detailed instructions are always nice! Thanks in advance