Standard Desktop Hardware

CoB prides itself on keeping our faculty and staff equipped with the latest technology. Please contact us if you also have specific hardware requests. CoB maintains and updates a standard hardware configuration for every desktop with the following technology.

  • Dell Optiplex 9020
  • Small Form Factor for Faculty/Staff/Labs
  • Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790 CPU @ 3.60GHz (8 CPUs), ~3.6GHz
  • 16Gigs Memory
  • 500GB HD
  • CD/DVD burner
  • Dual 24 inch monitors
  • AMD Radeon(TM) R5 240
  • Standard or Ergonomic keyboards
  • Optical Mouse or Trackball

Storing Your Data

Personal network storage

Each faculty and staff member is allocated 1GB of personal storage space on our servers. This space is accessed from your H: drive. We highly recommend that you store all of your data there, since it is backed up daily.

Storing your files on this drive also allows you to access them from other computers, even off campus. You can find more information on accessing your files from other computers on our remote access page.

Removable storage

Our PCs come with multiple USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports for you to attach your personal removable storage devices. Unlike any of the network storage options however, these are not backed up by us, and you are responsible for any data losses that might occur should one of these personal devices fail.

Additional network drives
  • O Drive: If you have access to any shared group folders, they may be in here.
  • I Drive: CoB's information drive. College-wide information is stored here. Not everyone has rights to create files though.
  • P Drive: Location of networked applications.
  • W Drive: CoB web directory. Editing files in the Docs directory directly affects the corresponding pages in www.CoB.unt.edu. Any questions related to web page files should be directed to the CoB Web Team or Daniel Duncan.
  • Other Drives: You may also have other drives if you have rights to them. If you need a certain drive, contact Daniel Duncan.

Printing in Color

In effort to reduce costs printing costs, the default settings for the new Xerox printers is set to Black and White. The following process outlines how to temporarily switch to color printing.

Step 1: After selecting print on your document, select Print Options

Step 2: Then select Properties

Step 3: Then Image Options Tab, Uncheck Xerox Black and White Conversion and OK then Print