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Tags:Windows TipsHow to set Windows so all the folders display in a same view?

Each folder in My Computer or My Documents can have its own view. That’s useful for folders like My Music or My Pictures, because you can look at your digital photos in Thumbnails or Filmstrip view, and see your song titles in Tiles view. But changing the view for every folder can be time-consuming. Yeah, it is really time-consuming, you have to click the button on the toolbar, or right-click the mouse and...

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Tags:Windows TipsHow to use a single-click to open a file or folder and run a program in Windows?

When you browse My Computer or My Documents, a single click lets you select a file or folder, but you have to double-click to open it. How to make it into a state of hyper link? Just like to browse the web pages, only single-click and open a file or folder, and run a program?

Well, if you'd rather single-click to open files and folders, you can change the setting on your mouse.

To change the...

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Tags:Keyboard ShortcutWin XpWindows TipsWindows XpHow to use the keyboard shortcut to control windows?

If you like to keep four or five windows open while you work (or play) on your computer, you'll appreciate knowing these keyboard shortcuts. You can quickly switch between your Web browser, e-mail, instant message windows, and other programs without taking your hands off the keyboard.

Action Shortcut

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Tags:Keyboard ShortcutWindows TipsWindows XpHow to use the keyboard shortcut to navigate menus in Windows XP?

You can speed up tasks in almost any program by choosing menu items using your keyboard instead of your mouse. This operation is particularly handy when you're performing repetitive tasks.

To control menus using your keyboard



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With your program open, press the ALT key. Notice that one letter on each menu...

Operating system - Windows

Tags:Keyboard ShortcutsWin XpWindows XpHow to use keyboard shortcuts in Windows XP?

If you are a good typist, taking your hands away from the keyboard to move the mouse can use up a few seconds. Over the course of a full day, you could save several minutes by using keyboard shortcuts instead of the mouse.

You can use your keyboard instead of your mouse to do these three tasks:

• Start a program 
• Navigate menus 
• Minimize, maximize, and close windowsStart a program using a...

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