Articles in the Windows XP Category
From a Windows XP session with sufficient administrative rights, please follow these instructions:
Go to the “Start” menu
Click on the “Settings”,
Choose “Control Panel”.
Double-click “Network Connections”.
With the right mouse button, click the connection icon for your Internet connection (“Remote Access Connection”) in the list “LAN …
tested on vista and xp
Assign a password to the guest account
you have enabled the guest account on your computer, but you do not want everyone accesses, so there must be a password, given that …
This trick works of course, if a first activation has already been made.
Here’s a tip that will appeal to those who relocate often strongly their operating system, and without even reactivate it.
Simply follow these steps:
By default Microsoft Windows systems have hidden administrative shares to allow the administrator of a machine to access resources of the machine across the network.
The default administrative shares, available only to directors, are:
C $: Access …
A little everywhere on the disk are files called Thumbs.db, not displayed by Windows Explorer. What are these files?
Thumbs.db files are used by Windows XP to display thumbnail previews of images in the folder.
It is not …
Big problem on the PC, or for the use of software, it automatically sends a message box when in use …
I want to ask for help on TLC … so far, I knew two solutions:
- The …
Right-click the folder that contains images
the menu, choose “Properties”
in the window that opens, click on the “Customize”
under “What type of file you want?” down the menu and select “images”
click on “Apply” then “OK”
Double-click on My Computer
Tools / General tab /
select “Show common tasks in folders”
By default, Windows XP Pro reserves 20% of the bandwidth of Internet connections in case of network congestion by using a tool called “Packet Scheduler.”
Attention, this is not the case with Windows XP Home, for which …
By default, Windows XP is set to restart on error. To stop the restart, sometimes just a simple operation, but it is not effective in all cases:
1) Go to the Start menu, then Control Panel then Performance and Maintenance and then System (or by …
This is only valid for Windows 2000 and XP.
If you receive unsolicited messages called “posting service posts”, disable this option unnecessary in most cases:
1. Log on to Windows with a user who has administrator rights.
2. Go to Start> …