YOU COULD HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THE FAN IN YOUR COMPUTER AND IF YOU LEAVE IT ON FOR EXTENDED PERIODS OF TIME THAT COULD CAUSE THE SCRAMBLED IN THE LOGOS,THATS JUST ONLY THE FIRST SIGNS THEN YOUR SCREEN COULD TURN INTO A ORANGE COLOR. YOU CAN TRY CORRECT THE PROBLEM TURNING THE COMPUTER OFF AT LEAST FOR A WEEK EVERYTIME YOUR DONE WITH IT AND IF THAT DOESNT WORK THEN IT COULD BE THE VIDEO CARD INSIDE THE COMPUTER.DO A SYSTEM RESTORE LOCATED IN PROGRAMS.SYSTEM TOOL AND RESTORE YOUR COMPTER AT LEAST A WEEK BACK . GOOD LUCK!
first you can minimize both your screens by hitting the button that looks like a line on the top right corner. then just adjust both windows by the top/bottom or left/right sides. Or if you have Windows 7, just drag both windows to both sides of the screen.
turn if off and on agian or reset it but make sure every thing is backed up on disc or a mermory stick first
The first usable verion of Windows is Windows 3.1
Windows is an "Operating System" not a program. And Windows 95 wasn't the first, there were earlier versions of windows and DOS, the first one called Microsoft Windows 1.0, and was released in 1985. Windows NT 3.1 was the first NT version of Windows (which all of the recent and upcoming versions are based on)
Windows 2000 was the first
Microsoft Windows was first introduced in 1982. It was called the Windows 1.0 desktop. Microsoft's Windows was the first commercial operating system that was new in 1982.
No, Windows Internal test release 3 was the first ever one
The first version of Windows arguably targeted at businesses was Windows for Workgroups 3.1.
Doctor Who first aired in 1963.
Start with windows 2000 then windows xp.
Of course, comps always had screens...
Wasn't Microsoft Windows 95 the first Windows software introduced to the Public for use with the new World Wide Web?
The first version of Windows, Windows 1.0, was introuced in 1983, but was not actaully releasec until 1985.
Windows NT 3.1 was the first to use a preemptive multitasking. However, it was Windows 95 which had true multitasking.
In 2004. The winner was Steve Brookstein.
Microsoft Windows was first introduced on November 20, 1985.
On 23. November 2013, it will be 50 years. The show was first transmitted in 1963.
Windows 1.0 was introduced in 1985.
Windows NT 3.1
Microsoft Windows 95.