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It is more likely that the window got moved to a point where the x, restore, and minimize buttons don't show than it is that a portion of the whole desktop is cut off. Right-click on the icon that represents this window in the task bar, and click maximize. If that's not an option, choose move, and then use the down and or left arrow keys to reposition the window where you can see the minimize, restore, and x buttons, and then hit enter on the keyboard.
After logging on there is no desktop, task bar, system tray or side bar. Instead you are left with a totally black screen and a single My Computer Explorer window. Even this window might be minimized making it hard to see. 1. Restart the Computer and login with the login and password that you use.
2. If the black screen appears and there is no icon visible on screen, Press the “ALT + CTRL + DEL” keys on the keyboard together.
3. A windows will appear with option to launch Task Manager, Simply Launch Task Manager.
4. On Task Manager, go to Application Tab and Click on New Task
5. Now type "explorer.exe" in the task window and click run.
Depending on your processor and what you have open at the time, you can minimize the screen your in and open Inernet Explorer, etc., then you can minimize and maximize, going back and forth between windows. Am i on the right track? Dave
if you really are asking for the parts of MS word 2003,i bet this should help and really there are more than 4 parts 1. The Title bar gives the name of the document and the
program being used
2. On the right side of the Title bar are
three buttons. a. The Minimize button makes the window disappear
from the screen without closing the program. You can bring the
window back by clicking on its button on the Task bar at the bottom
of the screen. b. The Reduce/Maximize button makes the window
smaller or takes it back to full size. c. The Close button closes
the document or program.
3. The Menu bar offers dropdown menus
for things you do in Microsoft Word.
4. The Toolbars display
icons that perform specific tasks when clicked. Often the toolbar icon
performs the task without offering any options.
5. The Rulers
display the tabs, indents, margins and give the user a visual guide for
alignment. a. Tabs are set on the ruler by clicking the spot on the
ruler where you want to the tab to start. Different Tab settings
can be used to align text, decimals and indents. b. Indents and
margins can be set with the handles.
6. The Document display
window is where the current document is visible.
7. The Scroll
bars allow the user to move up and down the document in the window.
8. The Status bar shows the location of the cursor, number of pages and
includes advanced toolbar options.
9. The Task bar displays
buttons for Open programs or documents.
Wow! 24 hours to run a virus check -- that's a long time. Let's see if we can find out what is causing your laptop to run so slow.
I understand you've doubled the ram ... It is now at least 2gb?
Please look at the following at the event viewer logs to see if anything looks out of the ordinary. (Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Event Viewer ... look at the Application and System Log in particular).
Is there any process in particular sucking up the processor? Press Ctrl-Alt-Del then open up the the task manager. Choose the processes tab, then click on the CPU tab until it is sorted with the highest process on top. What process/processes are taking up the utilization - ideally, system idle process will be in the 90s.
Please report back so we can resolve your issue. Thank you.
try and right-click on your task bar, then click on cascade windows. it is obvious that your PC has virus. you can either use the option of cascading or better -of just reinstall your windows and update ur anti-virus. good luck