Windows XP

How to check your PC specs using Windows XP

STEP 1 Click on START -> RUN and type in DXDIAG and click on OK STEP 2  Now a screen will pop up asking you “Do you want to allow DxDiag...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to add a Command Prompt Here Shortcut when…

Open a Explorer Window (Window Explorer or any other window that contains folders eg. My Documents) Now click on Tools->Folder Options Now click on File Types and highlight the ...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to shutdown Windows XP via the Command Prompt

First we need to open the Command Prompt Press WINDOWS KEY+R together to open the Run window and type in the command below and hit OK to...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to get the Full Task Manager back using…

The Task Manager has disappeared and I can only see the performance view, there are no other tabs visible, can only see a minimized version of the Task Manager. Answer: Double...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to backup your data using Windows XP

Windows XP has it’s own built-in backup utility/tool that makes it easy for users to backup their data. Regular use is important to keep...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to delete a file when getting the error…

The solution is to rename the file in a DOS readable format. Open Windows Explorer Locate the File Right click in the File and click on Rename Rename the file...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to convert FAT32 to NTFS in Windows XP

Reboot the PC into Safe Mode with Command Prompt. This can be done by pressing F8 during the boot process and a menu will appear, select Safe Mode with...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to increase the font size for Windows XP

Open the Display Options by right-clicking on a open spot on your Desktop and then select Properties. Click on the Appearance Tab. In the Font Size dropdown box select the appropriate font size. Once...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to install fonts in Windows XP

Click on START and then on CONTROL PANEL  Once in CONTROL PANEL click on FONTS Once the FONTS folder opened, copy your font file to the fonts folder, fonts files usually have a .TTF file extension
Ian Carnaghan
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