Read and consider the general essay topic assigned. Complete three of the pre-writing strategies for that topic. Write a reflective essay comparing and contrasting each strategy with which you experimented. In the essay, explain which strategy was most effective, how it was effective, and why it was effective. Include an explanation about which strategy was least effective, how it was ineffective and why it was ineffective. In the conclusion of the reflective essay, address the benefits of pre-writing/invention techniques
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Please respond to the following:
• Discuss the history settings and the relevance of using Internet Options. Provide specific information and examples.
• Did anyone ever try to install a program only to have the installation fail? Sometimes there is incompatibility between the software and hardware that causes a glitch even for the most popular programs. It is incredibly frustrating when the application software helpdesk says the problem is the operating system, and the operating system helpdesk blames the application. Sometimes one or the other blames the hardware. Discuss how one might overcome these situations.
• Predict how storage devices will change in the future.
Information about the version of software may flash on the screen briefly while a program is starting, but if you want to find it again, you have to know where to look.
To find a summary of XP operating system components follow these steps:
Click the Start button, and then click settings, Accessories, System Tools, System Information.
In the System Information pane the system configuration information is displayed in the right side of the dialog box. Other computer specification can be found here as well. The operation system and version are located on the first two line items.
To find a summary of Vista or Windows 7 operating system components follow these steps:
Click the Start button, and then click Control Panel.
In the Control Panel, be sure Classic View is selected, and then double-click Administrative Tools.
In the Content pane of the Administrative Tools window, double-click System Configuration. If necessary, click Continue when prompted.
In the System Configuration dialog box, click the Tools tab. Click the About Windows option if necessary, and then click the Launch button. Notice that...