By Curt Simmons
A necessary technical help source offers skill-building and troubleshooting information regarding home windows XP, in addition to concise guideline in universal initiatives and regularly encountered difficulties, overlaying such themes as set up, upgrading, and configuraton; handling records and folders; functions; networking; diagnosing and troubleshooting; and preventative upkeep.
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For most systems, the default settings should suffice, but these pages offer a few options that can help you solve particular problems: • On the General tab, you can change the dots per inch (DPI) setting, which by default is typically set around 96. Increasing this value can increase the size of the items found on the screen. However, this setting increases all items. If you want to change only the font size, use the Appearance tab on the Display Properties dialog box to change the font. • On the Monitor tab, you can adjust the screen refresh rate.
In the right portion of the window, select any item that you do not want to use on your toolbar, then click Remove. Continue this process until you have removed any options you do not want. 4. In the right portion of the window, select a desired option and use the Move Up or Move Down buttons to adjust the order of the toolbar as desired. 5. Click Close when you are done. Status Bar The status bar is the small bar that runs along the bottom of your window. It tells you about the connection status when you are trying to use or connect to other resources.
Chapter 6 explores user account management in depth. Configuring Display and Power Options One of the major ways to configure your Windows XP system’s appearance is by using your Display Properties dialog box. Display is an icon in Control Panel that you can click to display a tab on which you can configure various settings that affect the appearance of your Windows XP display. Just click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, then double-click the Display icon to open the Display Properties dialog box.