Create a shortcut to (map) a Network Drive with
When you create a shortcut to a shared
folder or computer on a network (also called mapping a network drive),
you can get to it from Computer or Windows Explorer without having to look for
it or type its network address each time.
1. Open Computer by clicking
Remove A Second Installation Of XP From The same Partition
Having a second copy of Windows XP on the same partition is not particularly
desirable, as it is possible that the second installation may conflict with
the first. If it is imperative that you have two copies of XP on your PC (and
be aware that you will require a separate license for each installed copy of
XP on your PC) you should consider creating a dual boot system by installing
the second copy of XP on a separate partition or hard drive.
If, however, you are
Share a drive or folder in Windows XP with other computers on a
Drive sharing on the
XP computer: My Computer, right-click C:, Sharing and Security, Sharing. It
had drive C: shared as C$, the default share. This share is not visible to
other computers on the network.
Clicked New Share and
Where did the Clipboard Viewer go in Windows XP?
the ClipBoard Viewer (now called the ClipBook Viewer) right-click Start,
select Properties, select Classic Start Menu, Customize, Add,
Browse, C: drive, expand the tree by clicking the plus signs to
Windows, System32, select
You can get more out
of Internet Explorer 7 Tabs when using Windows XP
Many Windows XP users have upgraded to Internet Explorer 7 in order to take
advantage of the Tabs feature, which allows you to view multiple sites at the
same time. Here are some shortcuts and tricks that you can use to get even
more out of Internet Explorer 7’s tabs.
-While clicking the tabs to