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Packard Bell Navigator 3.5|
PB Navigator has a number of options that can be set. This is the first
of the option panels.
From here you can specify to use single user mode, multi user mode,
or go directly to Windows at bootup rather than PB Navigator.
Here you can specify what toolbar items, software items, and other access
are available for the selected user.
The prefs panel lets the current user specify how they want PB Navigator
to behave. You can specify which room to start in, the sound volume, and
PB Navigator comes with its own software installation utility. It can
install bundled software from its master CD, or it can search for a setup
program on a floppy or CD rom.
PB Navigator tries to fully encompass the user interface. It even goes
as far as providing it's own task switcher.