All recent versions of Windows operating systems come with the Automatic Update feature which is an easy way of keeping your computer safer and run smoother. Windows XP too comes with this built-in feature. Many users prefer to set this Automatic Update feature enabled in order to receive critical updates, latest high-priority Windows security patches, hot fixes, service packs etc. from Microsoft. This ensures that you get the latest updates for Windows components and other Windows based applications. By setting the Automatic Updates on, Windows will download and install the updates automatically. Though these updates are intended to provide better system stability and security, sometimes it can also cause software incompatibility or some other technical problems. In such cases, the easiest way to solve the issue is to remove the newly installed update and roll back to the previous system settings. Rather than calling Windows XP help and support center, you can do it on your own by using the “Add/Remove Programs” function in the Control Panel. Let us find out how it is done.
Removing an installed Windows XP update using Add/Remove Programs
The process is quite simple. If you still have any doubts regarding the update removal, feel free to go to Windows XP help menu and find answers for your queries or doubts. Alternatively you may try to remove the installed updates by using a free utility called “Windows XP Update Remover”. You can downloaded it from online sites and quickly remove the installed updates. Once it is installed in your computer, you can easily find the list of installed updates and quickly remove it without any hassle.
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Every PC users will face some memory errors in their system in one form or the other. If you are a Windows XP user who are facing symptoms of memory errors like failure to install additional programs , failure to boot your computer, slow system performance etc, you need to go through this article. It provides you the essential guidelines to fix the error with ease.
Windows XP Help Instructions
In order to fix a memory error in Windows XP operating system, you need to follow the instructions as given below:
If you are a bit confused while following the steps, you can certainly contact Windows XP help team.
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Isn’t it interesting to let your desktop display signify your mood and interests? Why don’t you change your display from the normal, boring Windows theme to something creative and lively? All these features are possible for your computer display if you are using Windows XP as your operating system. Use your favorite celebrity or art to set it as the desktop background image, adjust the color and front sizes, files and programs icons to be displayed, etc. All you need to do is customize display settings and start enjoying the facilities it has to provide.
The desktop display customization seems a lengthy process and you might be worried how you could do so alone. You need not worry, as there are always Windows XP help tips to guide you through. The interesting thing is that the help is always available and easy to access anytime you need the help.
You can follow the steps shared below to perform the necessary settings for your Windows XP display.
Follow these Windows XP help tips and you are done bringing the necessary display settings for your operating system. You can also update the various settings by enabling automatic update feature in the system.
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When you create a new folder in Windows 7, it will be given the generic folder icon by default. But the good thing is that you can always choose to customize your folder icon in Windows 7 by following the appropriate set of instructions. Also if you choose to create a new icon for your folder, you are required to make an ICO file. You can create files in this format with the help if Microsoft Paint. In this article you can find Windows 7 support instructions for doing the same.
How to create a new icon?
How to change the folder icon?
Those were the simple steps to change the icon of a Windows 7 folder. For further assistance, it is recommended that you contact the Windows 7 support team.
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Even after the release of various Windows versions like Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8, Windows XP remains the favorite operating system of many. Windows XP is one of the most popular and the most sold out operating systems from Microsoft. Windows XP comes with many services that run in the background while you are working on your computer. These services use your system resources and run in the background. This in turn slows down your system. In addition, many unwanted services start up when you turn on your computer. Many of these are listed among Services when you install different programs.
Most of you may be annoyed with the Help service that pops up at times. This is a Windows service and not a third party service. However, with a few simple steps, the below given Windows XP help guidelines can help you in disabling these services. This will free up some RAM space and make your computer faster. Let us find out how to disable these services.
With the above-mentioned steps, you can easily disable the Windows XP help service feature. You may also follow the above-mentioned steps to disable other services, which you find unnecessary. If at any point you want to enable these services, follow the above steps and once you select the service, choose the option Automatic to start the service.
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