Windows XP Tips and Tricks Blog Posts

  • Half Windows Vista Wallpaper MSN Logo
    on Jan 1, 1970
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  • XP File and permissions
    on Jan 1, 1970
    The files and permissions in Windows XP seem complex. Microsoft has released an article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base, but after reading that, it describes in detail the infinity of a security system based on a 1-5 scale. However, if you are loo...
  • Spider Web Windows Vista Wallpaper
    on Jan 1, 1970
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  • Windows XP and Symmetric Multiprocessing
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP) is a technology that allows a computer to use more than one processor. The most common configuration of a Symmetric Multiprocessing computer is one that uses two processors. The two processors are used to perform the f...
  • 3D Windows Live Vista Wallpaper
    on Jan 1, 1970
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  • Speed up Mozilla Firefox
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Want to speed up Mozilla Firefox some more in Microsoft Windows XP? It won’t take long at all, so hang on! The first thing you need to do, of course, is to open Mozilla Firefox. In the address bar, type in ‘about:config.’ Now find ‘network.ht...
  • Installing Windows XP Professional – Reasons to install it
    on Jan 1, 1970
    There are three reasons why it is necessary for you to install a new copy of Windows XP: Your current operating system does not support an upgrade to Windows XP Professional. Your current operating system supports an upgrade to Windows XP P...
  • Windows XP Step by step the installation
    on Jan 1, 1970
    These measures are for a new installation of XP. Read this article for the steps to update your XP. First, you need to change your BIOS in order boot from the CD-ROM. Once you do that then you are in a position to upgrade your computer from the inst...
  • Windows Vista Wallpaper Lines of Blue
    on Jan 1, 1970
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  • Take on the compatibility of the programs in Windows XP
    on Jan 1, 1970
    If you have any problems with older programs originally designed for earlier versions of Windows, you may think that you have no chance. Fortunately for consumers, Microsoft XP has a compatibility mode. In compatibility mode, you can create a program...
  • XP Game Compatibility
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Do you want to know whether your favorite games are still going to run under Windows XP. Remember what happened when we tried our games to start the Windows 2000-based computers? Sometimes we were a little disappointed. Windows 2000 was more for the...
  • Change the login window and the shutdown preferences in Windows XP
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Windows XP configures the setup on the login screen to be user friendly and the shutdown buttons, if the installation on a personal computer (a computer where a domain is not specified). This article describes how you can change the logon screen to...
  • Password Recovery Disk
    on Jan 1, 1970
    You should always take a good set of measures to prevent the loss of user level passwords. Whether or not you remember a password in Windows, it doesn’t really matter. With Windows XP Wizard for forgotten password, your conscience will be free and...
  • Windy Logo Windows Vista Wallpaper
    on Jan 1, 1970
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  • Windows Vista Wallpaper Logo and Blue Lines
    on Jan 1, 1970
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  • Windows Vista Wallpaper Dark Logo with Lines
    on Jan 1, 1970
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  • Make Folders Invisible
    on Jan 1, 1970
  • Make Windows XP Faster
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Is Microsoft Windows XP a little slow, or do you want it faster? With this easy little tutorial, you can have it done in minutes! Go to Start -> Right Click on My Computer Then select ‘Properties’ on My Computer. After a small window opens, cli...
  • Change the login Window
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Windows XP configures the setup on the login screen to be user friendly and the shutdown buttons, if the installation on a personal computer (a computer where a domain is not specified). This Windows XP tweaks article describes how you can change t...
  • Custom User Icons
    on Jan 1, 1970
    If you intend to get a copy of Windows XP, one of the first things we do is create a new user. Why not go and change your account image to one you want? That is correct, if you don’t want to use an image of your own, Windows XP ...
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