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the terms' meaning under Web History

Postby Connie » 2012-06-25 4:51


Typed URL Addresses
History of Mapped Network Driver Dialog Box
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Re: the terms' meaning under Web History

Postby Ivy » 2012-06-25 21:45

Connie wrote:Typed URL Addresses
History of Mapped Network Driver Dialog Box


Hello Connie,
The "Typed URL addresses" mean your web browsing history. When you need to visit a specific website, you must type the URL addresses in the browser.
While for the map network driver, it is a letter assigned to a disk or drive. The most common drive mappings are A: for the floppy disk and C: for the primary hard disk.
If you are on a network, a drive mapping can reference remote drives to which you can assign a letter of your choice. For example, you can use the letter Z: to refer drive C: or a network server or a specific shared folder to which you have access to. By mapping network driver, you will have better experience on your network.

Mapped Network Driver Dialog Box, is a dialog box listed in the computer. (see as the screenshot)
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