In any office these days, no tool is likely to be more important than a computer — well, maybe the coffeemaker.
So when your PC breaks and must go out for repair, most people understand when you need to borrow time on someone else’s system.
But don’t bring all your software to the machine you borrow without asking first! You might find that you thoroughly alienate a colleague. Forum member midnight’s co-worker did exactly that.
And it took midnight five hours of work to successfully rid her overburdened machine of her colleague’s carpetbagging apps. Read here to see how shewent about it. More»
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The Lounge Life column is a digest of the best of the WS Lounge discussion board. Kathleen Atkins is associate editor of Windows Secrets.