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I would suggest that if something is so inconsequential and apparently not useful that you can just "dump" it somewhere, it probably doesn't need to exist. I think this quote by Antoine de Saint Exupéry applies (you may have heard it): ... perfection is finally attained not when there is no longer anything to add, but when there is no longer anything to ...
If there's no real features behind the registration wall, then why bother at all? If it's to gather email addresses and some user information then theres nothing wrong with that. If a user is entering their information, just to sniff around and see what's behind the curtain, then they'll use a inactive or inaccurately entered email anyway. Once beyond ...
You also could: Save on the PC for every user (and a clean up if the account is not used for X time). Save on the database, but with a config entry for every PC (again, cleaning old PCs). So you have: Alice, at PC #1 Alice, at PC #2 Bob, at PC #2 Bob, at PC #4 …
Apple uses the gear for 'Actions'. For preferences Apple uses an image of several gears (instead of just one).
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