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A profile setting is anything that is relevant to you and the way that you use your PC and access the interent: your email address - your favourites folder - time zones - how your PC starts - web homepage etc In fact anything that you choose to set-up about yourself, is your profile. If you use any of the chat/friends websites you will have created a profile setting - that determines whether you want to be seen online, who you want to share info with etc, etc. Get the idea? If your PC is used by more than one person, each person will have their own profile settings: basically, personal choices for using the computer. Does this help explain what a profile setting is? If not, please post again ;-}

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