What's the difference between "log-in" and "log-on"?
- gonzotisLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
look at it this way, to "log on" is like getting on the highway to "go" somewhere. to "log in" is like turning into a parking lot to do something at a destination.
that's my take anyway!
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I think Windows uses the term log on while all the websites use log in.
that has to do with logging IN the site and logging ONTO a running OS.
- 1 decade ago
well...generally nothing. But are you talking about a specific program?
- JakeLv 71 decade ago
nothing they mean the same thing