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Add Safe Mode To Your Boot Options PDF Print E-mail
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Tapping F8 while Windows XP is booting will bring you to the Advanced Boot Options screen where you can choose to boot into SafeMode. This guide will show you an easier and more configurable way to boot into safe mode
 
Shortcut to Any Location PDF Print E-mail
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Accessing folders that are inside other folders (which can also be inside other folders) can be cumbersome and extremely annoying. The other day, I was standing behind someone who trying to show me a problem that they were experiencing with their computer. I watched as they ...(Continued)
 
The History Of Windows (Screenshots) PDF Print E-mail
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What was the first Windows Operating System that you used? I started with Windows 3.11. I was looking through some screenshots of older versions of Windows and I was quite amazed at how far Windows has come. Get ready for a blast from the past, starting with Windows 1.0 and going all the way to Windows Vista
 
Recreate the Show Desktop shortcut PDF Print E-mail
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The Show Desktop shortcut by default is installed to the quick launch bar. It is a handy shortcut to use especially when you have tons of windows open and you need to get to your desktop. What if you deleted it? Recreating the shortcut using the Shortcut wizard seems like the way to go, but alas it does not work. Here is a simple method to recreate the Show Desktop shortcut.
 
Require Control+Alt+Delete For More Security PDF Print E-mail
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For additional security, enable the Control+Alt+Delete login screen for XP. Using this is far more secure than the traditional XP login screen due to the fact that no program can intercept CTRL+ALT+DEL. Thus you are protecting yourself from a application (a bad application, could be spyware or a virus) from learning your machine password.
 
Reset the Administrator Password PDF Print E-mail
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The main Administrator account is a hidden user account that is installed with Windows XP. If you have ever booted into safe mode you have seen this user Account (the username is simply “Administrator"). Well if you have forgotten the password (and your username is classified as an administrator) you can reset the password.
 


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