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If you mean enlarging the task bar items please follow the following steps:
1-Access the Taskbar and Start Menu. This particular menu will allow you to customize your taskbar features and resize the icons. Click on the Start menu, or Windows logo, from within your taskbar.
2-Select "Control Panel," then select "Appearance and Personalization." On some Windows 7 computers, this option may also read as "Appearance."
3-Click on "Taskbar and Start Menu." This will open a Taskbar and Start Menu Properties dialog box on your screen.
4-Change the size of the taskbar icons. Place a checkmark next to "Use small icons" within the Taskbar Appearance section to make your taskbar icons appear smaller.
5-Click directly on the checkmark if one is already present to enlarge the size of your taskbar icons.
6-Save your taskbar icon customization settings. Your new taskbar settings will go into effect immediately. Click on the "Apply" button to save your changes, then click "OK" to exit from the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties menu.
These little things can drive you crazy...so let's go...Right click in an open area of your desktop-at the bottom of the box that opened- click on Properties then- Appearance tab- under Windows and Buttons- select -Windows Classic style. Now in the -Color scheme- select Rose or whatever color you like...then click on Apply and then OK. I think you are missing the Apply and then OK.... this will do it for you, Enjoy your world of Roses..bye
it could be simply that the remotes are not turned on.or it could be that they are not pointing it at the motion sensor or they are standing too close. I would advise to stand atleast 5 feet away from the screen note that the blue pokeball is the wii remote pointer
check if you have a CD left in the cdrom drive.
Lots of things can cause the start-up delay too:
- virus and spywares. Clean.
- bad sectors on hard disk (backup and plan for replacement)
- low physical memory. check in the Performace tab of the Taskbar (window$$$ only) PF should not be more than that of physical
Please try these steps to solve your problem: 1) Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to run the Task Manager 2) Click on "File" on the Task Manager upper menu 3) Click on "New Task (Run)" option, Run window should appear 4) Type "explorer" without the quote, on the Run window 5) Your start menu and icon on desktop should now appears