MY daughter let me barrow their laptop to do a special project for a job interview I have on Monday..They have not picked up my phone message yet. my son in law has a password...I do not know it to get started on my work ...so how can I recerse the user to a GUEST like my desktop has, so I can get started? I cannot figure out how to do this? Please help!!thks,Dee
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Re: log in as a guest
How many users does this laptop have? Hopefully one should have no password. You can use the one without a password. If your files are stored in the other user, you can remove the password through the user you might be using now... all you have to do is go to the User Accounts Settings, click on the user which is password protected, and select remove password. That should do the trick! f the laptop only has 1 user, then good luck, 'cause I can't find the correct solution! But I hope this helps!
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Hey there, if they do have a guest account, at the log on screen, press ctrl,alt delete 2 times then type in the user name guest with no password. If not, let me know and mayb we can try something else
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Whenever an interviewer for a job asks you a personal question like "tell me a bit about yourself", or "past accomplishments" (I've learned the hard way), they're wanting an answer which relates to an event, interest or skill that possibly would make you a more desirable employee. --
For example: If I were in an interview and was asked the same question, I'd likely mention a time where I was was asked to do something which I never thought I could accomplish before; or perhaps a really big job / task which I normally wouldn't attempt to do... something that proved to yourself that you *COULD* actually achieve -- and most importantly, something which "accidentally" taught you a new skill that could be used in future tasks or jobs you might come across.
I honestly wish you the best in your interview, and hope you get the job! Good luck!
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I assume you are the administrator in windows? Does the browser work when you computer? Do you have special software running for guests (anti-porn, or something like this)? Then you must assign rights to browser users, otherwise it will not go at all.
making your own place mats for the tea party. If you give your daughter napkins
and stickers and some glue etc you could ask her to design a special place mat
for each of the guests. It will keep her busy for a while and make her feel
like the party is very special.
I would dress your best, nice shoes, a button down shirt and dress pants with belt. Try not to talk about yourself but more about what you did for your company and what you can bring to your new one.
Don t forget to greet your interviewer with a firm handshake and always call him by his name, no "dude"s or "man"s. Ask questions about the position and the organization, but avoid questions whose answers can easily be found on the company Web site. I would also send a short thank you note or email after the interview to seal the deal. I hope i could help.
The best bet in an interview is to answer sincerely and honestly - They will be able to tell this. Be sure to seem career and goal oriented and know about the company that you're interviewing for, beforehand.
I was just looking up Careers on the Microsoft website about ten minute ago.
Anyways, start at http://careers.microsoft.com/gclp.aspx and do a search for Software Engineers. If you have trouble with interviews I would suggest you read up on them. Learn about Microsoft, who they are, what they do, what kind of services they provide, Etc.
When going for a job interview, do some research about that company and the job description. When they ash you "Tell about yourself" formulate your answer to fit the job position - your varied interests, hobbies, etc. Tell them what attracted you to apply to work for this company, its prospects etc. Be relaxed, natural and honest, dress smartly and when speaking to a person look at their eyes.
your answer should highlight your main strengths, & how the employer would benefit from them in the job. For example, if you have strong organizational skills, your answer should point out that, giving an example what positive impact this could have on the job. And so on.
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