Control Panel

Control panel may refer to:

  • Control panel (engineering), a flat, often vertical, area where control instrumentation is mounted
  • Control panel (computer), the tool in the operating system which allows most or all of the settings to be changed through a user interface
    • Control panel (Mac OS)
    • Control Panel (Windows)
    • System Preferences, a computer program in Mac OS X operating system
    • Web hosting control panel
  • Plugboard, also called a control panel

Other articles related to "panels, control panel, control":

Solar Resource
... The cockpit itself features polystyrene panels in the sides around the horizontally positioned aluminium tube frame seat ... In front of the seat, the control panel contains digital readout instruments for the voltage and amp readings of both, the battery and the solar cells ... Because of its racing context, a clock and stop watch are also part of the control panel ...
Servage Hosting - Servage Control Panel
... Servage has an in-house developed Control Panel, some of the functions found inside the Control Panel are mentioned below ... - Full DNS Control ...
Access Control Card Reader - Biometric
... IP access control IP fingerprint reader Media type Internet Protocol Capacity 10000 templates Developed by Suprema Inc ... Usage fingerprint identification, access control There are several forms of biometric identification employed in access control fingerprint, hand ... the ID number of that person is sent to a control panel ...
Mobile Me - Services - PC Synchronization
... data with a PC had to download and install Apple's MobileMe Control Panel ... install the latest version of iTunes, and then install MobileMe Control Panel ... After installation, the user signed into the control panel using their username and password, and could control sync settings for contacts, calendars, bookmarks, and iDisk settings such as public folder access ...

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