Customization

Last Updated on 12 March 2009, Total: 31 Knowledge Base Tips

  1. Hiding the Shared Documents Shortcuts

    Removing the shortcuts in Windows for the Shared Documents folder... Read More

  2. Pre-configuring local group policy settings

    How to preconfigure LGPOs on multiple machines... Read More

  3. Using the Default Users profile

    How to customize the Default Users profile... Read More

  4. Eliminating the Welcome Screen

    How to prevent the Welcome screen from running when your users turn on their OEM-supplied XP boxes for the first time... Read More

  5. Remove Unused Drivers and Devices

    If you remove a piece of hardware, particularly USB devices that may be frequently swapped out, without first Uninstalling it in Device Manager, the drivers remain behind, but the device no longer shows up in Device Manager by default... Read More

  6. Use Shortcuts To Navigate Explorer Folders

    Windows Explorer is a fairly functional tool for browsing files and folders and finding what you are looking for. But, depending on how large and how organized your hard drive is, it may take some time to sift through to the folder you really want. Using command line parameters, you can create desktop shortcuts that take you quickly to your... Read More

  7. Set Accessibility Features for People Who Are Blind or Who Have Low Vision in Windows XP ( Q308978 )

  8. Disable Windows Scripting Host ( WSH )

  9. Control Windows XP Transition Effects for Menus and Windows

  10. Disable CD autoplay in Windows XP Pro

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