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Question How many users per laptop?

Just a quick question, is there a limit to the amount of users I can have on my laptop, I.e how many accounts can I run without trouble of linking?
I am currently running two accounts on the same laptop with no problems over the past 4 months.
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you can put as many as you like but make sure it does not slow down the computer too much or one listing will take 10 mins rather than 5.
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no there is no limit, just make sure you always have available hard disk space or your computer will slow down. it never hurts to upgrade your ram if possible
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Just a quick question, is there a limit to the amount of users I can have on my laptop, I.e how many accounts can I run without trouble of linking?
I am currently running two accounts on the same laptop with no problems over the past 4 months.
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As many as can sit on it without falling off

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I dont know what you guys are running that it slows down your computer but it sure isn't the many User Accounts on it. I am talking about post before post #4.
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I dont know what you guys are running that it slows down your computer but it sure isn't the many User Accounts on it. I am talking about post before post #4.
i have a feeling people are not logging off of the accounts and just switching them so there are a million processes going on in the background
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I have only 5 accounts, and 1 of it gets limited :( :(
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Its not the user accounts that eats up the space, its very minimal, its the programs that you run and files that you have stored.

Remember to delete unwanted attachments from your e-mail accounts if you have a number of Eb running
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Should you use google chrome stealth eveytime you log in with more then one account on a laptop???
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i have 100..
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I have over 100 paypal accounts.
Using around 10-15 at a time now.

Here is a tip. Usually, after I make one that will be an ager/sleeper, I verify it, confirm whatever needs to be confirmed and then I delete the account user. I dont keep the files because I have yet the need to establish history/cookies so it just eats up space.

If you have win 7, go computer/users and delete the accounts that are NOT in use. Saves space on your computer and lets an account age without you having to hawk it. Just log into the gmail account to see what its doing.

When youre ready to use it, just recreate the user name and proceed as normal
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All kinds of computers can handle many user accounts. At the price these days, you can get a few and put a ton of accounts on each.

Does not mean you wont get linked UNLESS you operate well - what you sell is important
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A good technique is to have all your stealth accounts on a VMware virtual machine, I have 50 accounts on it and it works perfectly.
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A good technique is to have all your stealth accounts on a VMware virtual machine, I have 50 accounts on it and it works perfectly.
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As far as i know, when you set up multiple user accounts, it is its own unique account even if your using the same ip address.

i have a few limited accounts on the same laptop and several non limited account also on the same laptop.
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There is no limit but its hard to maintain if you have few dozens of account in one windows installation.
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I had to buy 3 12 ft office tables to use as desk to line up my laptops in a row.

Even have 3 towers. LOL yes this non techie person still has a few old towers hanging around and work great. My old Dell tower is smooth as silk!

I believe I have as many as 40 on several of them. Can be slower but works for me.

I use the newer ones when making new accounts so I can go quicker and the laptops with 40 are used to list, print etc and nothing else.

I use external hard drives for pictures and other things and it helps on memory a lot.

My office looks like one of those commercials with all the office pods. The Subway commercial comes to mind.
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Just set up a little media hub for those photos Sandy. Then connect it to the network so every computer can pull the photos from one place.
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@Sandy_D, you have several different IP sources? Or just switching between all of your accounts?
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@Sandy_D, you have several different IP sources? Or just switching between all of your accounts?
Couple IP sources and yes, switch Ips all day long.

Excel spreadsheet saves me a ton of time by sorting the No's.
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