Definitions

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  • noun computing A combination of a user's identification and password used to enter a computer.
  • noun computing The process of logging on.

Etymologies

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From the verb log on.

Examples

  • Usability that encourages service - Allowing retail systems to expose non-sensitive information without requiring a logon is a key goal for the Windows 8 lock screen.

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  • Your mail will probably be in the folder C: \Windows. old\Users\ your logon\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Mail\Local Folders, where your logon is your Windows user name.

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  • Your mail will probably be in the folder C: \Windows. old\Users\your logon\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Mail\Local Folders, where your logon is your Windows user name.

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  • Your mail will probably be in the folder C: \Windows. old\Users\your logon\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Mail\Local Folders, where your logon is your Windows user name.

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  • Your mail will probably be in the folder C: \Documents and Settings\your logon\Local Settings\Application Data\Identities\ {a really long number} \Microsoft\Outlook Express, where your logon is your Windows user name, and a really long number is, well, you'll know it when you open the Identities folder.

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  • Your mail will probably be in the folder C: \Documents and Settings\your logon\Local Settings\Application Data\Identities\ \Microsoft\Outlook Express, where your logon is your Windows user name, and a really long number is, well, you'll know it when you open the Identities folder.

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  • Your mail will probably be in the folder C: \Documents and Settings\your logon\Local Settings\Application Data\Identities\ {a really long number} \Microsoft\Outlook Express, where your logon is your Windows user name, and a really long number is, well, you'll know it when you open the Identities folder.

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  • Your mail will probably be in the folder C: \Documents and Settings\your logon\Local Settings\Application Data\Identities\ {a really long number} \Microsoft\Outlook Express, where your logon is your Windows user name, and a really long number is, well, you'll know it when you open the Identities folder.

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  • Your mail will probably be in the folder C: \Windows. old\Users\ your logon\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Mail\Local Folders, where your logon is your Windows user name.

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  • Your mail will probably be in the folder C: \Windows. old\Users\your logon\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Mail\Local Folders, where your logon is your Windows user name.

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