It will not be the pet of the month, since it is retired. They will not make a retired pet the pet of the month, because it would be unfair to users without that pet.
the command "who" or the command "users" good luck !!
I would say" Pre-planned for a month".
Since a month consists of four weeks, a fraction of a month would be 1/4th.
No. Multiuser operating systems create a shell for each user. It would be possible to see what each users was doing from a system administrator viewpoint but not form the normal logon window.
Since the average month is 30.42 days, the amount of minutes in a month would be around 43,800 minutes.
This has traditionally been a feature of multiuser operating system that the command the system operator uses to command a reboot or shutdown allows the system operator to specify this time interval, then automatically notifies all logged in users to complete what they are doing and log off before that time runs out. Any users failing to log out before the time specified by the system operator expires will be automatically logged out and their tasks killed at the last moment before the system automatically reboots.
Yes, since Barack Obama is a Muslim I would suppose that he does celebrate the month of ramadan and not Christmas!!
Assuming you mean that there are contributions listed in your profile that you didn't make, it is related to a bug on the website. For at least the last half of 2015, there was a bug which caused some users to suddenly be logged in as others. Those who were affected could simply log out as soon as they caught it. However, there was a chance that such users would make changes while they were switched, so other users would find activity that they didn't make on their profile.
Since YouTube is still rapidly expanding with more and more users using its platform every month, it would be difficult to imagine a sales decline in YouTube videos. If there were a reason for such a thing to happen, it would likely be due to cheaper advertising prices.
Depends on the program. If it's the computer you'd have to be logged in as an admin, a subscription to a site's would be in the sites options once logged in.
If your not logged in to the network how would you be downloading and if you are talking about game updates I think the time of day would matter more. Low activity early hours
Dsquery is a command-line tool that is built into Windows Server 2008. It is available if you have the Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) server role installed. To use dsquery, you must run the dsquery command from an elevated command prompt. To open an elevated command prompt, click Start, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator dsquery -inactive <NumberOfWeeks> will give you the answer
this would be a hard question to answer since you have not stated what you do on the internet since some users are happy with 2 mbps but some require 50mbps
Literally any auctioning website. The best place to sell it would be ebay since it has such a tremendous amount of users, so it would get sold quickly.
Since Australia is in the southern hemisphere, that would be December.
Since March is the 3rd month of the Year it would be written as: III
That depends on the destination (Where you are going) . Since Holland America would be a cruise line, it would depend on where your destination would be.
Since there are 365.25 days in a year (approximately, if every month had the same number of days, the calendar would soon be out of synch with the seasons.
There are several different commands that one could use. The who command is the most common, but w can also be used for this purpose, as well as users.
Since March is the month of St. Patrick's Day, I would say green and gold. Hope this helped!
You save $350 a month for a whole year. Since there are 12 months in a year, then you have to multiply $350 by 12 months. 350 x 12 = 4200 You would save $4200 a year.
Internal Users of accounting information would not usually be external users. Management, staff, the board, would all be classed as internal users of financial information.
These would be tasks called 'unattended operation' tasks. If the task does not require user input or is not interactive, then there is no reason for requiring a user to be logged in to execute them.
To find questions that you have been asked, you have to be logged into your account. I think you misunderstood my question: I want to know how to find a question which was "asked while not logged in". The finding of the question could occur while being logged in, but the question would not be associated with the user, so finding it would require remembering exactly how it was worded so you could find it among all the answers on answers.com. Daunting task if you don't remember your exact wording.