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Configuration Tips for Windows XP – Accounts and User Restrictions November 23, 2009

Posted by Steven in The-Web, Work-related.
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Microsoft’s Windows XP is still a widely used operating system. Especially in the corporate world many colleagues still see the Windows XP desktop as the basis of their daily work.

Now if you – like me – are fortunate enough to have administrative access to your Windows machine then you can use some tweaks to the registry and some configuration tools to make your daily work life a little bit easier. In this post I would like to summarize a couple of good sites which give tipps for configuring Windows XP on a fairly deep level:

http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/win_xp_passwords.htm

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