- left click start and right click on where the control panel would be (not on one of the selections but in the grey area or just right cick on the Start button). A properties box should pop up (or a box with many selections and Properties being one of them)
- Left click on the properties box. You should see the Taskbar and Start Menu tabs.
- Put a dot in the radio selection for the Start menu (not the Classic Start menu) and then click on the customize button.
- Now you should see the General and Advanced tabs. Select the Advanced tab.
- The Control Panel should be the first item in the list. Put a dot in the Display As A Link radio button.
- Click "OK" (it closes), click "Apply" then click "OK"
- Your Control Panel should be back on the start menu
If someone wants or needs to do a System Restore on their computer then they need to first go to the control panel. It will be one of the options there and there are instructions for what to do.
Click on Start---->Click on Control panel in Windows XP. Click on Windows logo in Windows 7 then Click on Control Panel.
The control panel in Windows XP is used to change and adjust the way Windows behaves and looks to the user.
Control Panel->All Control Panel Items->Backup and Restore->Create a system repair disk.
Step 1: Partition the hard disk. Insert the Windows XP CD into your CD or DVD drive, or insert the first Windows XP Setup disk into the floppy disk drive, and then restart the computer to start the Windows XP Setup program. ...Step 2: Format the hard disk and install Windows XP.
Delete your password from the Control Panel
Windows XP: Control Panel > Display Windows Vista/7: Control Panel > Appearance and Personalization > Display.
In Windows XP, go to Control Panel, and on the panel on the left side of the window, click "Switch to Classic view".In Windows Vista, go to Control Panel on the panel on the left side of the window, click "Classic View".In Windows 7, in the Control Panel, click "All Control Panel Items".
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It s in CONTROL PANEL
start->control panel->power options
START then click control panel
Start, Control Panel, Computer Settings, REstore. Or you can go to search, type in system restore and restore it to the earliest date.
WinRAR for Windows can be uninstalled from Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs in Windows XP or Control Panel > Programs and Features in Windows 7.
Backup and Restore Center in the Control Panel.
control panel-add hardware-and searc for available audio devices
Start->Settings->Control panel->User Accounts
Answer>Control Panel>SystemThen choose the "System Restore" tab.UNcheck the box that says "Turn off system restore..."
Go to Control Panel --> Automatic Updates.
Start->Control Panel->Power Options->Hibernate->enable hibernation
Start > Control Panel > Power Options
Run "Add or Remove Programs" in Control Panel.
You go to 'Start' - 'Control panel' - 'Add/Remove programs'