Category: Windows XP

Most commercial software these days comes on a CD or DVD. On each one is a program called Setup.exe, which, on most installation discs, runs automatically when you insert the disc into the machine. You’re witnessing the AutoPlay feature at…

The sizes of the windows on your screen can be changed so that more windows are visible. Following is a list of common features that can be implemented on all windows. MAXIMIZE This function allows you to concentrate on one…

When a computer is left alone for a while, it goes into “sleep” or “stand by” mode to save energy. In stand by mode, the computer slows down its inner processes because they are not being used. The computer also…

To shut down windows xp computer system , click with your mouse on the button in the lower left-hand corner of the screen labeled Start. On the menu that pops up, click on Turn off computer. This will bring up…

Pressing CTRL+SHIFT+ESC or pressing CTRL+ALT+DEL and then selecting Task Manager will load the Task Manager. Access to the task manager allows a user to do many things including making the system unstable or accessing other controls you may not want them to have.…

You may restore the entire registry, or a single key you are working on in windows xp, windows vista and windows 7 Restoring the Entire Registry 1. Click Start, type systempropertiesprotection in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER…

In Windows, the Registry is a hierarchical database of all the settings required by your installation of Windows and the programs you’ve installed. These settings include information on the hardware installed on your computer and how it’s configured, all the programs and their file associations, profiles…

You can Lock and unlock the computer by following these steps: 1. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del, and then click the lock This Computer option. 2.In workgroup configuration, a lock screen is displayed with the name of the user who is logged on.…