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Tags:Keyboard ShortcutsWhat is the Keyboard Shortcuts and how to use the Keyboard Shortcuts in Windows 7?

If you want to learn about Windows 7 keyboard shortcuts, see description knowledge of the Keyboard shortcuts in this article.

Keyboard shortcuts are combinations of two or more keys that, when pressed, can be used to perform a task that would typically require a mouse or other pointing device. Keyboard shortcuts can make it easier to interact with your computer, saving you time and...

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Tags:Windows TipsWindows XpHow to change the picture on your Welcome screen in windows?

By default, each user account in Microsoft Windows XP has a standard picture (such as a chess set, a dog, or an astronaut) associated with it. If you'd like to make the picture more personal, you can add your own image for each account. Changing pictures is fun, and it makes it easier for young children to use your computer.

To change the picture on the Welcome screen...

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Tags:Windows TipsWindows XpHow to change the default folder when Windows Explorer opend?

Microsoft Windows Explorer, which is accessible through the Start menu, is the tool you use to look through the files and drives on your computer.

When you start Windows Explorer from the Start menu, it opens your My Documents folder by default. However, a My Documents shortcut already exists on your Start menu. You can put the Windows Explorer shortcut to better use by changing it to display all...

Operating system - Windows

Tags:Windows TipsHow to add a shortcut to your desktop in Windows XP?

You can create shortcuts on your desktop that enable you to open your favorite files and folders by simply double-clicking your mouse.

To add a shortcut from a file to your desktop Browse through your My Documents folder, and find the file that you want to create a shortcut to. Right-click the file that you want to be able to open from your desktop, click Send To, and then click Desktop.

You’ll see the...

Operating system - Windows

Tags:Windows TipsWindows XpHow to move your taskbar to a new spot in Windows XP?

If you have more than six or seven windows open at a time, however, the taskbar can become extremely crowded. To make more room for windows, move your taskbar to the right or left side of the screen, where it will be displayed vertically, giving you room for more than a dozen windows.Tip: If you have a widescreen monitor, placing your taskbar on the right or left side of the screen can make much more efficient use...

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