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Showing posts with label Windows XP Tips. Show all posts
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How to Save a Search for future reference in windows XP?


 
Before reading this tip you have read many tips in means of word "Search" but you will be surprised to read this tip which I have brought for you today. If you regularly execute the same search, for example you are searching for Word documents that include the phrase "command for disaster recovery" ------ you don't need to retype these words again and again when ever you are searching. Here you can save your searching words for future search. If you do advanced searches just like size of file name or date, and execute the same search over and over

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Follow the given steps to save search phrase for future search: 
First click on Start button> go to Search then click on "For File and Folders..." option.
Now select the search criteria and perform the search to find any phrase, because you have to run a search before you can save it.
Go to File menu and click on "Save Search" to save search phrase, then choose where you want to save the file.
Normally, Window XP saves the search in your "My Documents" folder, But you can save it in any folder. Actually, if you plan to save a lot of searches; you might want to create a separate folder for them.
When you want to run the search again, find the file and double click on it. When you save a search, Windows XP creates a file named after named after the main criteria of your search. For example, if you search for all .doc files that contain the phrase "command for disaster recovery" and which have been modified in the past month, windows names the file "Files including text command for disaster recovery.find." You can rename the file, but make sure, always ends in the .find extension, for example, "Command for disaster recovery.find".

How to Install,what you want install Microsoft Windows XP Professional


                
        When installing a new operating system, you need to make several
choices. The Windows XP Setup Wizard and this document guide you
through these choices. You also learn how to connect your computer
to a network.

    Important: Before you begin, you should also read the file
    Read1st.txt, which is on the Windows XP Professional CD. This
    file contains late-breaking information that was unavailable
    when these release notes and the product documentation was
    written, including preinstallation notes vital to the
    success of your installation.

These release notes describe how to run the Windows XP Setup Wizard
and install Windows XP Professional on a single computer.

======================================================================
CONTENTS
======================================================================
   1.0 Before You Begin
      1.1   Hardware Requirements
      1.2   Checking Hardware and Software Compatibility
      1.3   Obtaining Network Information
      1.4   Backing Up Your Files
      1.5   Upgrading v. Installing a New Copy

   2.0 Running Windows XP Setup
      2.1   If You're Installing a New Copy (Clean Install)
      2.2   If You're Upgrading
      2.3   Collecting User and Computer Information
      2.4   Providing Networking Information
            2.4.1   Joining a Workgroup
            2.4.2   Joining a Domain

   3.0 Customizing Setup Using Unattended Setup Mode

   4.0 Starting Windows XP Professional
      4.1   Logging on to Windows XP Professional
      4.2   Creating a User Account

======================================================================
1.0 Before You Begin
======================================================================

When you set up Windows XP Professional, you have to provide
information about how you want to install the operating system. The
procedures in these release notes help you to provide the necessary
information. To ensure a successful installation, complete the
following tasks, which are described in the sections that follow,
before you install Windows XP:

   * Make sure your hardware components meet the minimum requirements.

   * Obtain compatible hardware and software, such as upgrade packs
     and new drivers.

   * Obtain network information.

   * Back up your current files in case you need to
     restore your current operating system.

   * Determine whether you want to perform an upgrade or install a new
     copy of Windows XP Professional.

   * If you're installing a new copy, identify and plan for any
     advanced setup options you might want.

1.1 Hardware Requirements
======================================================================

Before you install Windows XP Professional, make sure your computer
meets the following minimum hardware requirements:

   * 233 megahertz (MHz) Pentium or higher microprocessor (or
     equivalent)
   * 128 megabytes (MB) recommended (64 MB of RAM minimum;
     4 gigabytes (GB) of RAM maximum)
   * 1.5 GB of free space on your hard disk
   * VGA monitor
   * Keyboard
   * Mouse or compatible pointing device
   * CD-ROM or DVD drive

For network installation:

   * Compatible network adapter card and related cable
    
     For more information, see the Hardware Compatibility List (HCL)
     or see "Checking Hardware and Software Compatibility" later in
     this document.

   * Access to the network share that contains the Setup files

Speed Up Boot-Time Connecting To LAN


Sometimes when connected to a LAN the boot time can take a few minutes. Load times shouldn't be anywhere near that! Signs of this include the system seemingly freezes after logging in, your desktop showing up but for some reason you just can't click on anything or run things for a minute or two. This can be traced back to mrxsmb.dll by using bootvis.exe. This can of course be a number of other things but most of the time it's your file and printer sharing.

1. Right click on Network Places --> Properties
2. Right click on your Ethernet Adapter connection --> properties
3. Un-check "File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks" --> OK
4. reboot
5. If you need file or printer sharing, repeat the above, re-check the box and re-boot again 

XP SP3 Released

MS has released Windows XP SP3. Here is a summary of the changes:http://www.techfuels.com/attachments/windows-xp/28347d1328781508-no-official-support-hd-7900-under-windows-xp-windows-xp.jpg

Windows XP SP3 includes all previously released Windows XP updates, including security updates and hotfixes, and select out-of-band releases. For example, the service pack includes functionality previously released as updates, such as the Microsoft® Management Console (MMC) 3.0 and the Microsoft Core XML Services 6.0 (MSXML6).

Knowledge Base article 936929 lists all other all Knowledge Base articles associated with updates that are included in Windows XP SP3

Microsoft is not adding significant functionality from newer versions of Windows, such as Windows Vista, to Windows XP through XP SP3. For instance, Windows XP SP3 does not include Windows Internet Explorer 7, although Windows XP SP3 does include updates to both Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Explorer 7, and it will update whichever version is installed on the computer.

Windows XP SP3 overview can be downloaded HERE.

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