Windows XP System
You can use System in the Control Panel to do the following:
1. View and change settings that control how your computer uses memory and finds
2. Find information about hardware and device properties, as well as configure
3. View information about your network connection and logon profile.
4. Report system and program errors to Microsoft or your system administrator
when they occur.
You can change performance options that control how programs use memory,
including paging file size, or environment variables that tell your computer
where to find some types of information. Startup and recovery options indicate
which operating system your computer uses when it starts and which actions it
performs if the system stops unexpectedly.
Information about hardware and devices is also available in System. Use the Add
Hardware Wizard to install, uninstall, or configure certain types of hardware.
Device Manager shows you which devices are installed on your computer and allows
you to change device properties. You can also create hardware profiles for
different hardware configurations.
Using System, you can view network and logon information, such as your computer
name or DNS domain name. You can also see details about your domain or workgroup
membership, or start the Network Identification Wizard and connect to a network.
A user profile contains the personal settings associated with your logon
You can report system and program errors to Microsoft or your system
administrator so they can track and address the errors.
You must be logged on as an administrator to the local computer or have
appropriate network privileges to make certain changes in System.
Let me know if you need anything else.
Did this Article Give you the
Information You Were Looking For?
If you found this information useful,