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power user

A person who is very proficient with computers. It implies knowledge of a variety of applications.
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Power users are installing 1-gigabyte drives (1 billion bytes).
The AMP application links directly to dataConductorEP's Power User tools, enabling users to drill-through automated reports to perform detailed root cause analysis to learn more about their yields.
0 boasts a broad range of new and upgraded features that improve ease of use for Linux newcomers and deliver higher performance for power users.
The Information Object Designer allows the developer to build specific BI applications that serve the needs of 100% of the user community, not just the 5% of power users who utilize the analytic BI stacks provided by other BI solutions.
Power Tools Conference attendees will learn from consultants, authors, product engineers and power users who have proven expertise in the recently updated applications and tools under discussion.
Secondly, these power users constitute about 20 per cent to 30 per cent of Facebook users, but the striking thing is that there are different power users depending on the activity in question.
Power users, typically make up less than 20% of the people in an organization, these include IT developers, super users, and analytical modelers.
The ministry officials contended at the meeting that although the government has liberalized in stages electricity sales to large industrial plants and other major power users since 2000, there have been few new entrants into the power business, denying customers a wide choice of companies they could purchase power from.
Power users adopt new technology early, manage their own Web sites, and use the Internet to its fullest capabilities.
Power users can use if-then-else and other conditional scripts inside their messages to further customize them.
Some people says that Web-based software would be used for casual users and client software would be delivered to power users so it is related to how the software will be used.
ContentCenter empowers all users to contribute and collaborate on content including business contributors, power users, and technical developers and is offered in two versions: ContentCenter Standard (for business users) and ContentCenter Professional (for power users and technical developers).