Most general purpose computers support multiple users simultaneously. Pretty much anything that runs Linux, Windows, or Mac OS have this capability.
They are many different things between Micro and mini computers Micro Computer support one user at the same time desktop computers PDA laptops these are called Micro computers or Carry Along computers Mini computers support many users at the same time powerful than micro and expensive
Multi users OS support many users. So many people can utilize the resources of the computer. They generally are multi tasking computers which are faster.
About 2,000,000,000 computers worldwide
A system for multiple users may have many computers and peripheral devices.
300 users can have in 8MB broadband internet access.
There are so many variables to climate and weather climatologists make use of these computers.
According to the CIA World Factbook there are an estimated as of 2005 there were 1,018,057,389 internet users worldwide. How many actually own computers is questionable.
250 users can work in mini computer at a time
The amount of computers that can simultaneously use a wireless modem depends on how many users the router can serve (which is usually four).
All which has copitable hardware
Users want to communicate with one another, without being restricted by incompatibility between different types of computers.
Yes, many users usually have anxiety and discomfort about their computers when it suddenly shuts down.
A server can either connect a cluster of computers, or be used to store Web pages that can be retrieved by users. Most such computers are classified as minicomputers and can process many connections.
To name just two of many:Servers Technology - Hardware & Softwares: Serving different services to the connected users & computers.Network Technology: Supporting widely distributed users & computers over different Transmission & Interconnecting devices.
There are approximately 900 million computers throughout the world. On average there is about two people sharing one computer which equals 1 billion computer users.
none. it's more about servers and global it issues
The official Toshiba Support websites offers many resources to owners of Toshiba laptop computers. You can enter the number of your model and read frequently asked questions; if this does not solve your problem, you can contact Toshiba Support directly.
Most computers today consist of many processors. Most business computers are connected via hub/switch/access point. Most broadband home users are connected to an access point, only fraction of current home computers use a hub/switch.
MAINFRAME COMPUTERMINI-COMPUTERMICRO-COMPUTERSUPER-COMPUTERThere are many computers which are different from each other in various aspects. Classification of computers are given below.(1) Micro computers: These computers use a microprocessor chip and this chip is used instead of CPU means that this microprocessor chip works as a CPU.These computers are also called personal computers. Two major types of these computers are laptop or Desktop computers. Only one user uses these computers at time that's why they are also known as personal computers.(2) Mini Computers: These are powerful computer. These computers come into existence in 1960s at that time mainframe computer was very costly. Mini computers were available in cheap prices, so users start using it.(3) Mainframe Computer: It as a very powerful and large computer. You can get idea of its power as it can handle processing of many users at a time.Terminals are used to connect a user to this computer and users submit there task through mainframe. Terminal is a device which has keyboard and a screen. By using terminal users put inputs into the computer and get the output through screen.(4) Super Computers: As the name "super computer" specifies that these are most powerful computers even than mainframe. Actually, when we optimize a mainframe computer then we get super computer.(5) Microprocessor: You will find these computers everywhere. Microprocessor chips are used in many devices as I-pod, DVD, headphone etc.
Different computers' versions had used completely different commands for routine things
All computers store files and programs. And a user is just anybody AT ALL who USES the computer, so to share it with multiple users... Simply Let Many People Use the computer.
Depends on the network. Peer-peer = 10 computers other networks can have as many as they want. Generally 253 hosts is on one network.
It is based on the band width of the system and bandwidth located to each channel in it.