By Curt Simmons
A helpful technical aid source offers skill-building and troubleshooting information regarding home windows XP, in addition to concise guide in universal projects and regularly encountered difficulties, protecting such themes as deploy, upgrading, and configuraton; coping with documents and folders; functions; networking; diagnosing and troubleshooting; and preventative upkeep.
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On the Internet, you simply click your left mouse key to open any item because all Internet movement is performed through hyperlinks that connect web pages and Internet sites together. You can have your computer act this way as well so that you only have to point to an item to select it and left-click it one time to open it. View Tab The View tab contains a number of check boxes that enable you to make a number of different decisions about files and folders, as shown in Figure 3-2. The options found here control the display of certain file types, folder views, and other lower-level settings.
If you manage to foul up your configuration, just click the Restore Default button to return to XP’s default icon settings. Figure 2-11: The Desktop Items dialog box’s General tab At the bottom of the tab, you see the option Run the Desktop Cleanup Wizard Every 60 Days. The Cleanup Wizard is configured to run every 60 days by default, but you can run it at any other time by clicking the Clean Desktop Now button. This wizard simply removes old shortcuts (ones not used in the last 60 days) and puts them in a folder called Unused Shortcuts.
You can use the remainder of this window to determine how the FilterKeys feature behaves by selecting (or not selecting) the following options: • Ignore Repeated Keystrokes For example, if a user presses t twice quickly, XP will filter the keypresses so that only one t appears on the screen. Click the Settings button to adjust the rate as desired. • Ignore Quick Keystrokes and Slow Down the Repeat Rate This option ignores quick keystroke repeats. • Beep When Keys Are Pressed or Accepted This option plays a tone when keys are pressed.
A+ Technician's on the Job Guide to Windows XP by Curt Simmons