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What Operating System Does Tony Stark Use on His Office Desktop?

OSX or, if you want to use something very similar that is compatible on more types of computers .... I would say Debian 6 or Mint LMDE .... When Rhodey's suit reboots it looks VERY much like Debian linux

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1. How difficult is re-developing desktop based software applications to be web based? (example, Microsoft office desktop -> Office Suite 365) How much easier does the presence of a desktop version make the development process?

Desktop applications can almost always be web enabled with special server presentation mechanisms. But I do not think that is what you had in mind.If the application was written without a web presentation in mind, I think it would usually have to be radically revised. The classical modes of interaction with desktop applications are radically different from interactions with web applications.I have not used Office Suite 365, but I assume that Microsoft had to make some very substantial changes to make it a web app. It seems to me that in order for Office Suite 365 to have the look and feel of a desktop system, they would have to use cooperative processes rather than a strict browser / server configuration.

2. I need advice on what kind of hardware i should get for an office desktop?

80GB Ultra ATA/100 7200RPM Hard Drive 512MB DDR SDRAM at 400MHz for normal office use

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3. Libre office spreadsheet on my office desktop stops responding for most of the time and need restarting to cancel that.How do I kill all processes using mate terminal without having to log out?

You can try this: Open a terminal. Type command:$ top -d5 (this will show you running processes)Identify the process ID for your LibreOffice spreadsheet and kill it (see help for kill command on the Internet: Kill Command in Linux)

4. I am setting up a small home office with a desktop, laptop, etc. Do I need an external Modem with a router?

HI There, You will be much happier with an external modem and a wireless router. I like Belkin wireless G router. It's very easy to set up. Windows does offer "Internet Connection Sharing" ( ICS) but it's "flakey" and besides you would need a "Wireless Access Point" (WAP) connected to your desktop for the wireless signal. Below is how I have set up my home office with a desktop and laptop computer. It works very well. Hope this helps, Al ====Wireless Network with Belkin Router=== I just did that last week and it has worked very well. My printer is connected directly to my desktop via USB (running Win XP Home) and that's the printer I wanted to share on my network. My network; I have a Belkin wireless G router connected to a DSL modem. My desktop computer is wired directly to an ethernet connection on the router. The laptop has a wireless card and it connects wirelessly to the router for it's internet connection. I wanted to print wirelessly from the laptop (using the desktop printer). So I had to set up a home or small office network with file and printer sharing. It was easy to do. I just ran the windows network wizard on the host machine (desktop) and turned on file and printer sharing. Click on "Start" click on "My Network Places" In the Network Tasks sidebar click on "Set Up a Home or Small Office Network" this opens up the network wizard (just follow the instructions) Once the desktop (host) was "setup" I saved the settings on a thumb drive (an option that is part of the setup wizard) then ran the "ntsetup.exe" file on the laptop. The wizard instructions tell you to run this setup file on all the devices on your new network. In your case you would run the setup file on all the computers you wish to connect to this network. Remember the "host computer" has the printer directly connected to it and that's the one you set up as host. since you already have the printer driver files installed on the computer that's connected to the printer you do not need drivers on the other computers. What you may need to do to the other computers is open up the control panel and "add a printer". Click "Start" click "Printers and Faxes".Your new shared printer should already be listed. If it is not listed click "add" and follow the instructions. Mine was already listed and I did not have to do anything else. Hope this helps, Al

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