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How do you change host name in windows XP?


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Answered 2009-05-27 11:56:48

windows key + pause key,

click computer name,

click change.

Restart PC

there may be a better way without having to restart but I haven't found it yet. For those who do not find the pause key: it has the same effect as right click on "My Computer" and choosing properties.

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