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goto control panel then either select or search for add/remove programs once you run that you will see a lit of rpograms then choose which ones you want to uninstall
on Nov 05, 2013
I facing a problem to log on my laptop...when i
Insert your Windows XP CD into the optical bay of your computer.
Restart the system and wait for the "Press any key to boot
from CD" notification. Press a random key and then press "Enter" to
access the XP setup page.
Press "F8" to accept the Microsoft Windows XP license agreement once you have reviewed it.
Select your current edition of Windows XP from the hard
drive using the keyboard's cursors and then press "R" to begin the
repair process on the device's Windows installation.
on Nov 05, 2013
Auto adjusting in computer
Click the "Start" button and then click "Control Panel."
Click "Adjust screen resolution" under "Appearance and Personalization."
Click the "Resolution" drop-down list and then check the
resolution that is "(recommended)." Note that the recommended resolution
is usually the highest pixel display supported by your type of monitor.
Click "Apply," review the new screen resolution and then click "OK."
Click "Keep Changes" or click "Revert" to cancel the action.
on Nov 03, 2013
I can not remove viruses from my hard drive ...
"System Volume Information" is not a virus; it is a folder where your system restore points go.
"Thumbs.db" is not a virus but a program windows uses to create thumbnail images.
"Recycler" is not a virus but the location of the recycle bin.
The reason these items are "ghosted" are because they are hidden files; removing these files/folders can have adverse affects on your computer and if you did succeed in removing them, windows will just recreate them because they are not virus related.
If your current antivirus is up to date and running okay, then you don't need to switch. It sounds like you do not have any virii.
Oh and one more thing, please take a moment to give this solution a rating of fixya. Thanks!
on Jul 18, 2013
How to get on oovoo on a school computer
There is a good chance that this impossible to do unless you obtain the administrative password, which in itself is another impossible feat as System Administrators do not pass around such sensitive information as to make sure that the school system remains healthy.
on Jul 11, 2013
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