How often does MS Windows back up by default?
Do you mean "System restore"
By default: System restore automatically create a restore point when an Autoupdate installation is performed. Or when you install/uninstall a program with a installer that is System restore compliant.
If you want it to create a restore point at regular intervals, you have to manually configure it.
"GUI" is a term for a user interface paradigm where objects are represented graphically with icons, and often use windows and mouse pointers. MS-DOS is an operating system, one of many that does not use a GUI by default.
If you are using windows, MSDOS shell is integrated by default..
Text is the default data type in MS Access.
MS Word 2007 uses a .docx extension by default.
.png is the default extension of an Ms-paint file
What program does Windows use as a default to open mdb files amongst Windows Explorer Internet Explorer MS Access and Microsoft Excel?
It uses Microsoft Access to open mdb files.
parts of ms windows parts of ms windows
Paint (formerly Paintbrush for Windows), often referred to as MS Paint or Microsoft Paint.
Is it possible in win xp to set different default printers for different programs e.x. one for MS outlook and 1 for my logistic program?
Using standard tools you cannot do that because a default printer is defined by the operating system. In windows xp you can have only one default printer.
MS-Windows is an Operating System developed by Microsoft.
difference between ms dos and windows
The most commonly used versions of MS Windows are: Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Vista, and soon - Windows 7!
Windows 7 Office 2010
No. MS word is part of the MS office package which is not included with MS windows. Windows does come with wordpad, a no-frills word processor, but if you want the features of MS Word, you will have to buy the program (or the MS office package) separately.
MS DOS 3.0 MS DOS 4.0 MS DOS 5.0 Windows 3.0 Windows 3.1 Windows 3.11/For Workgroups Windows95 Windows98 Windows NT 5.0 Windows 2000 WIndows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 Mac OS X Linux Unix
ms windows is byfar less stable than unix
Absolutely - MS office is compatible with Windows 7.
Technically speaking, there is no MS-DOS 8. MS-DOS 6.22 was the last version of MS-DOS released as a separate product. Future updates to MS-DOS were bundled with Windows. You can create a basic MS-DOS boot disk that is branded as being "MS-DOS 8" by formatting a floppy with the Startup disk option in Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. These are not typically considered "full" versions of MS-DOS, because they lack many… Read More
The Standard and Formatting toolbars are usually the two toolbars that are opened by default. A with any default, you can change that.
Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7
MS DOS came before windows.
Ms excel FREE download windows 8 can be downloaded from the internet.
Default file extension for MS Excel 2003 & earlier versions is .xls Default file extension for MS Excel 2007 & later versions is .xlsx
There is no 'windows vista word file'. You might be thinking of the .docx format, which is MS Office 2007 format. You can get MS Office 2007 for Windows XP.
it had ms dos
Windows 98 is on top off MS-DOS. It can´t run alone.
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.
What is used to organize files and folders depends on the operating system. Foe example: Windows Explorer is one often used in MS Windows. Nautilus is a file manager often used in Linux. There are many more - search Google.
MS-DOS Does not run an msstyle (which includes a start menu button, taskbar style, window style and such) or open pictues and video or music the same as windows. Windows has icons, when in dos, you must type the whole path. You have to type spesific Commands in dos. In windows, you don't always have to type commands.
When you're running a component within aspnet what account is it running under on windows xp ---windows 2000 windows 2003?
It runs on ASPNET (IIS Default Account) found under AD or Users and Computers. The password is autogenerated and DO NOT change the password. If done, there is a document by MS to resolve the issue. Kind regards, Imtiaz Hasham SME IT Networks
When you provide a default value for a field in Access, Access will automatically insert this value into the field when a record is inserted that has no value (NULL) for this field. Default values are used when there is a sensible default for a field.
MS-DOS 7.x was the last version of MS-DOS that could load Windows (from then on, Windows loaded itself directly). As such, MS-DOS 7 is arguably the best "pure" version of MS-DOS. However, all versions after MS-DOS 5 report themselves as being version MS-DOS 5 or report themselves to be a version of Windows.
Both are same.. Answer Quit MS-DOS (alt+F4) to get back to windows. Then go to Start -> Shutdown -> Restart in DOS mode. The computer will restart DOS but won't start windows. When you want to start windows again, just type win. ANSWER: MS-DOS and DOS are the same program: MicroSoft Disk Operating System. If your computer is in DOS mode, type WIN to start up windows. However, if you are already in Windows, then… Read More
the ms word is associated with word
The extension of MS Power point is PPT. It is the default extension for all the power point files.
7.0 was with Windows 95, and Windows 95A 7.1 is Windows 95B
Modern versions of Windows are not based on MS-DOS, but use the NT kernel. MS-DOS files are only present for the purpose of making bootable floppy disks.
The default file extension is .xls for all the MS Excel versions up-to 2003. And .xlsx for all the MS Excel versions from 2007.
XP, Vista, Windows 7
MS Windows 7 Ultimate.
Any version of windows will give you office!
MS-DOS 6.22 was the last stand-alone version of MS-DOS. Some believed that MS-DOS 7.0 was the last version of MS-DOS since Windows 95 reported MS-DOS as MS-DOS 7.0. However, this was just a shell in Windows and not a stand-alone version of MS-DOS.
Windows 1.0 Windows 2.0 (Windows/286 and Windows/386) Windows 3.0 Windows 3.1 Windows 3.11 for Workgroups Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows ME
How do you change the box when you left click and drag on the desktop a box forms on MS windows in Vista this is blue default how do you change the color of the box or reset it back to blue?
Hey, Right-click on desktop and click properties. Then click the Appearance tab, and click the colour scheme box and choose silver. Tada :D Hope that's what you wanted ^.^;