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Technical Documentation

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Technical List:

Hardware

Computers

-1 Dell Optiplex GX270, CPU: Pentium 4 3.2 GHz, Memory: 1024 RAM (451_1286290933)

-1 Dell Optiplex GX270, CPU: Pentium 4 2.8 GHz, Memory: 512 RAM (451_1286292417)

-1 Dell Optiplex  GX260, CPU: Pentium 4 2.00 GHz, Memory: 512 RAM (this computer is not registered, used to be Adam’s computer in the lab)


Peripherals

-3 Dell Monitors (Model No: E151FPb)

-3 Dell Keyboards (Model No: SK-8100)

-3 Dell Mice (Model No: M-UVDel1)

-3 Logitech PC Headset w/Rotating Microphones

-3 ASUS Wireless PCI Adapters (PCI-G31, 54Mbps 802.11 g/b)

Software

-Security: ClamwinAV (currently set to Flash Scan Mon. 8AM), Winpooch Watchdog

-Mutlimedia: Audacity, Gimp, Inkscape

-Office Productiviy: Microsoft Office (Park 3), Open Office (Park 1 and 2)

-Internet Browsers: Firefox, Internet Explorer

-Other: Thunder Screen Reader, QuteCom (like Skype), Windows Media Player, PDF Creator, Adobe Flashplayer

*Irma Golliday’s computer also contains SeaMonkey (downloaded by Kyle Buehler)

Other Materials

Resources on Computers

-Tutorials: Computer Basics, Internet Basics, Microsoft Office, Internet Safety, Email, Facebook

-Media: New York Times, Washington Post, Medical News links

-Webliography of sites including travel, national and local news, health, games, and tutorial sites


Other Resources

-SeaMonkey Website (created by Kyle Buehler)

-CD for Windows Re-install (titled: Windows Install Summer ’09), located in a red envelope

-2 CDs for Asus wireless cards, plus instruction materials (in an ASUS box)

-CD with software for computers (in red envelope w/Windows re-install)

-3 desks modified w/dark gray paint and silver hooks

-Laminated basic computer information w/keyboard shortcuts

-Painted bookcase and picture frames

-2 Power Strips (6 outlets)