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Sub-basement - 1 PC requiring a UCHC username/password to logon
Basement (main level) -
Near Computer Education Center - 3 PCs with automatic logon
Reference Area - 8 PCs with automatic logon
Consultation Room - 1 PC with automatic logon
Self Service Room Area - 5 PCs - 1 with automatic logon; 4 requiring a UCHC username/password to logon
Ground Floor - Bookstacks Area - 1 PC with automatic logon
Current Public PC Hardware Specifications
HP Compaq dc7900 CMT Base Unit PC
Windows XP Professional
Intel vPro Technology
Intel® Core 2 Quad Q9550 processor
4GB PC2-6400 (DDR2-800) 2x2GB Memory
500GB SATA NCQ HDD SMART IV 1st HDD
SATA 16X SuperMulti LightScribe 1st Drive
HP PS/2 Standard Keyboard
HP PS/2 2-Button Optical Scroll Mouse
HP L1950G 19" LCD Monitor
Note: These PCs do not have a floppy drive. An external USB floppy drive may be borrowed from the Service Desk.
Audio headphones may be borrowed from the Service Desk.
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Operating System - Windows XP SP3
Microsoft Office 2010 Programs
|InfoPath Designer 2010|
|InfoPath Filler 2010|
|SharePoint Workspace 2010|
Internet Browsers - Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome
Browsers include frequently used UCHC/UCONN links under their Bookmarks/Favorites feature.
UCHC Staff Training
This folder includes the links to the Healthstream and Saba Learning Centers for UCHC mandated training, such as compliance training.
Links to sites frequently used by UCHC students including Blackboard, UCHC email, etc. Some student utilities and anatomy programs.
More extensive UCHC student programs are found on the computers in the Computer Education Center. CEC Lab Software Information.
Accessories and Utilities
Calculator and Paint programs
Accessibility programs such as Magnifier, Narrator and On-Screen Keyboard
InfraRecorder - utility to burn CDs and DVDs. Instructions
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When the PC is rebooted, all changes (files saved to it, browser changes, etc.) will be reversed. There is no method of recovering files once a PC has been rebooted. For that reason, saving documents to the computer is NOT recommended, particularly those in which you have invested a great deal of time. An unplanned loss of power or a computer freeze is always a possibility and any saved documents would be permanently lost. All important files should be saved to external media such as a USB drive. Files needed for only a short time, such as PDF's to be attached to emails, can be saved to the PC.
Burning a CD or DVD
Files can be burned to a CD or DVD using the InfraRecorder program located in the Accessories and Utilities folder on the desktop.
These PCs do not have a floppy drive. An external USB floppy drive may be borrowed from the Service Desk.
Opening A Document in a Specific Office Version
To open a pre-existing file in a particular version of Office - Word 2003 instead of Word 2007 for instance - open the desired program first. Then from the Menu bar select File then Open. Then move to the file's location and open it.
Cost - Black and White Printing - $.07 per page; Color Printing - $.40 per page
Printer Location - Self Service Room (main level)
A Vendacard (also used for copiers) releases the job(s) at the printing station.
Vendacards may be purchased for $1 at the Service Desk.
Additional Printing Information (this is the same printing information posted at each PC).
Changing Text Size Within A Browser
Firefox - On the Menu bar select View then Zoom. Select Zoom In or Zoom Out as appropriate
Internet Explorer - On the Menu bar select View then Text Size. Select Larger, Smaller, etc.
Google Chrome - Tools (the wrench) then Zoom +/-
To enlarge anything on the computer's display, use the Magnifier program found in the Accessories and Utilities folder on the desktop.
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