1. Click Start ->Programs, then right click on Startup folder and choose Open.
2. On the Startup window, go to File menu and choose New ->Shortcut.
3. In the dialog box click the Browse button to specify the Task Manager program
4. After specifying the program path, click next and finish. Then you will see a new shortcut in the Startup folder.
5. At the next time you start your computer the program will run automatically and you will see it in the system tray.
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Program\Startup is the Windows XP startup folder for all users.
You can use Windows Defender to disable programs that run at startup, or using System Configuration.
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You can improve your booting time of windows xp just by using startup manager.
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C:\Documents and Settings\username\StartMenu\Programs\Startup
Go to 'Start' - 'Control Panel' - 'Add/Remove Programs'.
xp and vista have the same tool... start/run type in msconfig go to the startup tab and disable any startup program you want
The program Windows Desktop Search, as it was known on Windows XP, was a default program on all Windows XP computers that searched your computer for files with a given keyword. The program is now called Windows Search but still does the same basic function.
If you have Xp 64 then you have 2 program files folders: Program files Program files (x86). Under Xp 32 you have only one program filesfolder: Program files
You can't have Windows Movie Maker version 2.6 on Xp operating systems. Windows Xp can only load the 2.1 version of the program. Sorry.
The startup CD for Windows XP allows the system to be booted even if the existing operating system is damaged. The CD has diagnostic tools and it allows Windows to be reloaded onto the system.
By running the setup program.
Generally speaking, no. Most Windows XP installations are made onto NTFS partitions, which MS-DOS cannot read.
Normally it does not have it.
For Windows XP. If it is a program that has been installed then you can uninstall it by clicking on your start button, then on your control panel button, then on the "add or remove programs" icon, then find the program you want to uninstall and click on the word "uninstall".
Microsoft Word does not typically come included in Windows XP; it must be purchased separately.
There's no such thing as "MS Paint 2003." If you meant the Paint program from Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, yes. Just copy the program from a Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 installation to your Windows 7 installation.
You should go to control panel, click sounds, scroll down to Start Windows, aka windows startup sound, then click browse and find a sound that works This works for Xp and 7 I'm not sure how you change the startup sound in Windows Vista or 2000
Try going to www.wincustomize.com, you can either download theme's and manually add them (if you are computer savvy) or buy a program like "windows blinds" that will do it for you.