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Windows Tips and Tricks
Windows Tips and Tricks
Kelly's Korner - Xp Troubleshooting
Lot of information from various sources, to help you find answers to the problems some users have with Windows XP.
forgot the administrator
Ok, so you say you forgot your Windows administrator's password, huh? Oh well, it doesn't really matter if you did or you just say you did. The fact is that you need to gain access to a computer and you cannot "remember" the administrator's password. How can you get out of this situation without formatting and re-installing the operating system?
To protect user accounts in the event that the user forgets the password, every local user should make a password reset disk and keep it in a safe place. Then, if the user forgets his or her password, the password can be reset using the password reset disk and the user is able to access the local user account again. The Forgotten Password Wizard lets you create a password reset disk that you can use to recover your user account and personalized computer settings if you forget your password.
How to create and use a password reset disk
This article describes how to create and use a password reset disk for a computer that is part of a workgroup, or that is not connected to a network. You can use a password reset disk to gain access to your Windows XP-based computer if you forget your password.
log on to your Windows XP-based computer if you forget your password
If you forget your Windows password or if your password expires, you must reset your password before you can log on to your computer. This article contains two methods that you can try to reset your password so that you can log on to your computer again. These steps only work if you have previously created a password reset disk for the computer, or if you can log on as an administrator to assign a new password to your account.
Windows XP Accessibility Tutorials
Learn how to use the accessibility features of Windows XP.
Keyboard shortcuts for Windows
This article lists keyboard shortcuts that you can use with Windows.
Enable "Pin to Start Menu" for Folders in Windows Vista / XP
The Start menu in Windows Vista and XP allows you to
Disable Highlighting New Programs in Windows 7, Vista, and XP
One annoyance you may not like about Windows is when it highlights newly installed programs which is enabled by default in XP, Vista, and Windows 7. Today we will take a look at disabling it in all three versions of Windows.
Windows 7 themes
Note: Windows 7 themes can only be used in Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate editions.
6 useful Windows tricks
You know that feeling you get when your friends or family see you do something on your computer that they've never seen before? If you
5 tips for PC health: Organize your folders, update Windows, run antivirus software
Working on a slow, disorganized computer can be frustrating
5 productivity tips for Windows
Print more easily, find files faster, and send email right from your desktop.
IE Introducing Compatibility View
At the start of the Internet Explorer 8 project we made a commitment to great website compatibility. It
Understanding Compatibility Modes in Internet Explorer 8
With the release of IE 8, we felt that providing a little more detail around the different Compatibility Modes might be useful, so here goes! A fundamental problem discussed during each and every Internet Explorer release is balancing new features and functionality with site compatibility for the existing Web. On the one hand, new features and functionality push the Web forward. On the other hand, the Web is a large expanse; requiring every legacy page to support the "latest and greatest" browser version immediately at product launch just isn't feasible. Internet Explorer 8 addresses this challenge by introducing compatibility modes which gives a way to introduce new features and stricter compliance to standards while enabling it to be backward compliant. In this post I would like to discuss how compatibility mode can be specified and how IE determines which mode to use in different scenarios.
ACC2000: How to Build a Visual Basic Module to Print a Report in Landscape Mode on Legal-Size Paper
What happens to those free Windows 10 upgrades after July 29, 2016?
Preview a Report and move to last page
Deploying Application (Front End) Updates
Microsoft Most Valued Professional MVP - Access Expert
Splitting your Access database into application and data
What is the Access Runtime Version?
Trust Center in Access 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016
How to Manage Your Linked Tables