This unofficial website was formed on Friday, 8 June 2007 by ant to gather information about the Asus Eee PC. The Eee PC is a line of inexpensive ultraportable notebook computers released by ASUS Computer Inc. in late 2007. Eee PCs follow a design philosophy that ASUS dubs “the three Es”: “Easy to learn, Easy to work, and Easy to play”.
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In order to contribute to this community you need to sign on separately for each , part but it is extremely desirable that you use the same user id for all parts.
There are some rules for this website which you should read. While they are primarily directed at the Forums, the principles should be applied to all parts.
You are particularly encouraged to browse and search the Forums and the Wiki before asking questions which may have been answered numerous times before. For the new user, the eeeuser Google Custom Search facility (on the Home page) is particularly useful as it searches all three parts of this website. It also has functionality most users are comfortable with and can be used, for example, to search for error messages that can be copied and pasted into it. It accepts search terms which consist of two characters, like F9. In addition, there are specific search facilities, like the Forum Search and the Wiki search at the top of every Wiki page.
New to the Eee PC?
There are a number of wiki articles which you might find particularly useful, for example, Absolute Beginners: A Guide to tweaking Easy Mode with wizards, Common Problems, Frequently Asked Questions and An introduction to terminal. If you are new to the Eee and/or Xandros it is worth building up your skills with more basic projects before trying the advanced ones.
Never used a wiki before? Check out our getting started page.
A regular? Check out our discussion page, or simply start contributing!
The EeeUser Wiki is a community documentation project for the Eee PC. It contains everything from basic product information to advanced tips and how-to articles, all added by community members like you. Think of it as a giant, constantly updated Eee guidebook that anyone can contribute to!
Want to help? Online Instructions One way to get started is by seeking out useful information from the EeeUser Forums and reformatting it for inclusion here, either within an existing article or in a brand-new one. Want to start a new article?
Easy Mode is the default desktop you see when you first take your Eee out of the box. It is characterized by tabs across the top of the screen and no launch / “Start” button in the toolbar at the bottom. This section describes enhancements you can make without disabling Easy Mode.
Advanced mode turns off the default tabbed user interface and enables Mobilt bredband a more “normal” computer desktop with a launch / “Start” button, with movable, re-arrangeable icons on the desktop, icons that respond to right-clicks, etc. This adds a burden to the system, but many find the ease of configuration worth it.
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