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XP Windows Installation and Perfect System Setup

If you regularly re-install Windows XP, or have bought a new computer, you will have realised that there is a sequence of tasks that you have to go through each time. Everybody uses Windows differently and it can take a while to get a new installation just how you like it. There are all of the more obvious things: screensaver, desktop wallpaper, personal files, and Internet settings. In addition, there are the customisations that you have made over months of use. Maybe, you have set a particular default font in Microsoft Word or added a desktop shortcut to Notepad? At the time, its probably crossed your mind that it would be useful to make a list of all the changes that youve made. However, the chances are that youve never got around to it. The purpose of this article is to suggest some of the regular tasks that you might need to perform after a re-installation or buying a new PC.

Category: Installation & Setup
Issue: 2005 Issue 7 October/November
Operating Systems: XP
Article Reference: X16

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