Do you allow other to use your computer?

India
July 6, 2009 11:39pm CST
as far as computer is concerned i never allow anyone in doing anything with my computer as i more concerned with it and i have the great logic o maintenance those with all feautres then that of...
7 responses
• India
9 Jul 09
s me too. i will never allow others to work in my pc.i will lock the pc and never allow to work.i will provide protection to my pc and i will try to maintain my pc to work as fast as possible
• United States
8 Jul 09
I'd let all but a terrorist physically touch it. Sure, they can screw it up but I can fix it. I would at least monitor their internet connections and accessed IPs, ports, protocols, etc.
• China
7 Jul 09
i allow others to use my own laptop. i even lent it to one of my friends to use it for more than 4months, as he lost his job cause the economic crisis. but i set a secret for the computer in the office. so others cant use it.
@EliteUser (3971)
• Australia
7 Jul 09
Hey, Well I don't really know allow anyone on my computer, I can't allow people to look at my important information on here. Anywayz I wish you well, have a great day MyLotting!!
@Anandhh (389)
• India
7 Jul 09
Hi Ramesh yep I allow my friends and family to use my computer but some personal files I wont allw them to access and I wud have restricted the permission..we can maintain our computer very easily by using gud antivirus like kaspersky or Avira by not allowing any virus or trojan programs inside our pc...Happy mylotting buddy and nice to meet you :)
• Philippines
7 Jul 09
sometimes i allowed to used my computer to others like my friend my cousins, but i always hide my important files.
@maezee (31543)
• United States
7 Jul 09
I allow others to go on my computer, although sparingly. It's not that I don't trust people -but I sometimes get annoyed if people try to use me for my computer. But I'm not selfish with it. i know that if I needed to use a computer, my friends & family would probably let me. So treat others the way you'd like to be treated, right?