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Open your window in the minimized position. Now put your cursor over the top edge of your window until it turns into a double-headed arrow, grab and pull up. Next grab the bottom edge of the taskbar again and pull it down to fill the window. Then do the same things to the sides if necessary. Then, in the upper right of the window, click on the double boxes to make one maximized box even though the window already fills the screen. After that all windows should open to full view.
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Answer I think what you are looking for is 1) right click on your blank desktop, 2) click on Graphic Options, 3) click on Graphic Properties, 4) click on the Colo…r tab and set it there. I think you can click default, but there also is a box with a line running through it. You can move the line with your mouse. The line should disect the box in the middle diagonally when on default. Also, You can save different schemes. I still have default and I use that most of the time, but I also have a setting that I use for my Movie Player to brighten it up. Instead of going in there and resetting it everytime, I just right click my desktop and click Movie Player Scheme.
Hidden files, system files, and file extensions for registered file types.
A standard 19" monitor is 1280x1024, a widescreen 19" monitor is 1440x900.This will depend on monitor brand and video card capabilities.
"Explore Mode" means that Windows Explorer opens with the Navigation Pane (Folder Tree) visible on the left side of the window. When you right click an item, on the context… menu, you should see 2 items for opening Windows Explorer "Explore" and "Open". If you click "Open" Windows Explorer opens without the Navigation Pane showing. If the Explore item does not open Windows Explorer with the Navigation Pane showing, in Vista, you can open Windows Explorer and select Organize/Layout and click the "Navigation Pane" item in the menu. This setting should stick the next time you open a menu and click the Explore item. If this doesn't stick, you can check the registry setting at the following location: [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\Folder\\shell] Right click the (Default) value in the right side pane and select Modify. In the Value Data box, make sure that it shows "explore" there. (Without the quotes) i know this has nothing to do with this question but i know how to download internet explorere.10 no pay but you gatta have windows vist just click start then the button that says yuy and it automaticly downloads
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%SystemRoot%\\system32\\shell32.dll If you type this path into the change icon dialog path, the icons display automagically.
No. Certain files are hidden by default. You can reveal them by opening any folder, clicking on tools, folder options. View Options, view hidden files and folders.
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