Which of these best describes Control Panel / Offline Files in Windows Vista?
A) Files will be available on your mobile device when your computer is powered off
B) These files will be copied to a USB key for use offline
C) Network accessible files will be available for use when you are not connected to the network
D) All of the Control Panel features will be disabled until they are brought back online
E) It’s a way to tell Windows that you’ve given up on finishing that project on time
The answer: C) Network accessible files will be available for use when you are not connected to the network
Offline Files are useful when you are disconnected from the network, when the network may be temporarily unavailable, or when the network is too slow to use an online version. You can enable the offline or online functionality by right-clicking a file or folder.
Want to know more? Watch “Windows Vista Control Panel Options.”
Windows Vista has its own unique Control Panel utilities that you won’t find in other operating systems. In this video, you’ll learn about Tablet PC Settings, Pen and Input Devices, Offline Files, and more.
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