posted on Nov, 27 2006 @ 07:41 PM
Is not logging off detrimental?
It can lead to:
2. A social life.
3. Physical exercise.
4. Good health.
6. A new, more positive outlook on the world.
And all sorts of other horrible things.
So whatever you do, don't log out!
On a slightly less flippant note, if you're the only person who has access to your computer, I don't know of any technical reason why you would need
to log out.
I don't log out, but I'm the only person with access to my computer, so I don't need to worry about anyone causing mischief while I'm away.
However, if anyone else has access to your computer, I recommend logging out each time you leave it unattended.
Every once in a while we see some strange (and often troublesome) behavior from a member, only to be later informed that someone other than the real
member had been using the account.
Since we can't know if that's true or not, and each member is responsible for the behavior of their account, I recommend not taking the risk of
letting anyone else use your account.
It would be bad.
Edit: Oh wait, I thought you meant Is logging off detrimental?
Not logging off is just fine.
[edit on 11/27/2006 by Majic]