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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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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 have little problem working with most reporting software tools like Crystal Reports or Cognos because they understand database design, structures, relationships, joins, and SQL commands.
So far, large industrial customers, or some 60 percent of total power users, have benefited from liberalization and METI had earlier intended to implement deregulation for the remaining 40 percent of power users such as consumers and small retail shops by 2009.
com)--in connection with the EDC's Power Users Initiative and the recent United Nations World Summit on the Information Society (www.
It makes sense to deliver Web-based application to those people who use the system infrequently, but deliver client server applications to the power users who use the system all the time.
The ISO board approved a conservation program that would pay large power users that commit the day before or the day of an anticipated power shortage to cutting their electricity use.
Light users can get away with 350 Mb, but most power users should have between 500 Mb and 1,000 Mb.
Milestone CMO Council/GMI Study of nearly 15,000 Consumers in Nearly 37 Countries Shows Developing Nations Are New Power Users of Wireless Technology; Report Highest
In earlier 5400-RPM drives, "spindle speed" was the top-of-the-line feature for mobile power users.
These include the large power users, such as pulp and paper mills that use huge quantities of power in the course of a year.
Power users will be able to create new reports and modify existing ones without assistance from the IT department.
The Abilizer Configurator allows developers to delegate typical development tasks to power users, who can, in turn, delegate typical management tasks to business administrators.