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 How Are the Windows XP Desktop& Start Menu Different From Those in Windows 2000?

Answer In terms of layout, there's not much difference between the Windows XP desktop and that of Windows 2000. The changes between the two Start Menus are notable, though, as are the overall desktop cosm... Read More »
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How to Copy Desktop Themes From Windows 98 to Windows 2000?

In Microsoft Windows operating systems, desktop themes consist of a number of elements that can personalize the appearance of the desktop. These elements can include background, cursor, sounds, bor... Read More »
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How do I add or pin to Start menu with Windows 7?

Locate the icon for the program you want to add or "pin" to your Windows 7 Start menu. Right-click the program's icon to view a context menu. Move your cursor or press the "Up" and "Down" arrow key... Read More »
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How do i add a pin to the start menu with windows 7?

Choose program to pin to the Start menuClick the "Start" button at the bottom-left corner of the screen, then navigate to the program you want to pin. Most programs are located under "All Programs.... Read More »
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How to Add Programs to the Start Menu in Windows XP?

The Start Menu in the Microsoft Windows XP operating system lets you add shortcuts or menu commands for programs that are installed on your computer. It makes it convenient for you to launch a prog... Read More »
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