Windows Xp Tutorials


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How To Automatically Run Program When Windows Load
Category: [Windows Xp][Windows 7]
Always running the same program after you have logged in to windows is a repetitive task, this process can be done automatically within the software settings or by copying the program shortcut to the Startup groupread more...

How to enable Open command window here when you right click on a folder
Category: [Windows Xp][Windows 7][Windows 8]
By default when you right click a folder, you won't be seeing the "Open command window here". If you love using command prompt you can permanently enable this on the context menu when you right click a folderread more...

How to Use Windows Xp System Restore
Category: [Windows Xp]
The use of system restore is to restore your computer system files in its earlier state or to the state when your computer works perfectly. There are times when you install software or driver to your system then suddenly your computer behave erraticallyread more...

How to Monitor Your PC System Temperature
Category: [Windows Xp][Windows Vista][Windows 7][Windows 8]
Your Central Processing Unit (CPU) or the Processor is the most essential part of your Computer and produces heat when your computer is powered up. The heat generates by the CPU should be dissipated through a heat sink along with the CPU fan. Having too much heat on the device itself will make its internal circuits damaged or burned and you may need to replace your CPU.read more...

How to Unhide The Administrator Account in Windows XP
Category: [Windows Xp]
There are times that you need to install a particular software or hardware or you just wanted to edit your setting and windows require you to be logged in as administrator but even your current login account with administrator privilege doesn't work out, or maybe you just want the administrator account shows up when windows welcome screen appears. In such cases like this, you probably need the administrator account built-in with windows.read more...

How to show hidden files and folder in Windows 7, 8 and Xp
Category: [Windows Xp][Windows 7][Windows 8]
System files used by Windows are hidden by default to protect these files from accidental deletion or being modified by Windows users. If you noticed that your files or folder are gone, don't panic viruses and spywares often change the attribute of the file or folder to hidden attribute so you won't be seeing them especially if your files are stored on an usb flash driveread more...

How to Remove or Add Windows Shortcut Arrow in Windows
Category: [Windows Xp][Windows 7][Windows 8]
Windows shortcut icon arrows are used to differentiate a mere shortcut and an actual physical file that reside on your desktop and on your windows explorer. Windows Vista and Windows 7 have a larger shortcut icon arrow than in Windows Xpread more...

How to Enable or Disable JavaScript in Different Web Browser
Category: [Windows Xp][Windows Vista][Windows 7][Online Security]
JavaScript are programming language used by most website authors to add interactivity or to add functionality to their own sites such as polls, validating form and much more. With JavaScript disabled this interactive features or added functionality of many website are also disabled or cannot be executed by the browserread more...

How to Create User Account in Windows XP
Category: [Windows Xp]
When you install your computer operating system such as windows xp or buy a new computer with preinstalled operating system installed a user account is already created on it. The name of the user account your using can be seen at the top of the start menu. Imagine customizing the feel and look of your desktop then someone uses your computer and customize the desktop that is entirely different to what you have set.read more...

How to Create a Windows Password Reset Disk
Category: [Windows Xp][Windows Vista][Windows 7][Windows 8]
Adding a password to your user account in Windows will add a security to your account especially when you don't want others to view or copy your files or change your desktop look without your permission. Your password should never be shared to anyone so you are the only one who can access your account, but of course except for some valid reason that you have to share it to someone else.read more...


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