Some windows features

Create A Personal Screen Saver In Win Xp.

This isn’t a tweak, but a great little feature! For a great way to put your digital photos to work, try creating a slide show presentation for use as a screen saver. Here’s how:

1. Right-click an empty spot on your desktop and then click on Properties.

2. Click the Screen Saver tab.

3. In the Screen saver list, click My Pictures Slideshow.

4. Click Settings to make any adjustments, such as how often the pictures should change, what size they should be, and whether you’ll use transition effects between pictures, and then click OK.

Now your screen saver is a random display of the pictures taken from your My Pictures folder.

How Do U See Hidden Files, Using DOS…

Simple and useful tip

Simple and useful tip

At command prompt just type
dir /ah
if the list is too long u can use
dir /ah/p/w

How Long Has Your System Been Running?

Here’s how you verify system uptime:

Click Start | Run and type cmd to open a command prompt.

At the prompt, type systeminfo

Scroll down the list of information to the line that says System Up Time.

This will tell you in days, hours, minutes and seconds how long the system has been up.

Note that this command only works in XP Pro, not in XP Home. You can, however, type net statistics workstation at the prompt in Home. The first line will tell you the day and time that the system came online.

Automatic Windows Installation, No key press require

An unattended Windows XP/2003 install can install all your software and settings along with Windows, and without you having to click a button or press a key, completely automated. Learn how over here:

http://unattended.msfn.org

Make your unattended setup now!

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