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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.
in windows 7 right click on the desktop and select Personalize. Then click display on the left. Choose small, medium or large.
in windows xp; Shrinking Icons in Windows XP
1 Right-click on the desktop. A drop-down menu will appear on which you will click on "Properties."
2 In the "Display Properties" box, click on the "Settings" tab.
3 Slide the scale in the "Screen Resolution" box to the right to shrink the icons (and everything else that appears on the screen).
4 Click on "Apply" and then click on "OK."
5 Click on "Start" and then right-click on an empty space until a box that says "Properties" appears. Click on "Properties."
6 In the "Taskbar and Start Menu Properties" menu, click on "Customize."
7 In the box that says "Select an icon size for programs," click on "Small Icons."
8 Click on "Apply" and then click on "OK" to adjust the size.
Shrinking Icons in Windows Vista
9 Right-click on the desktop. When the drop-down menu appears, run the mouse-pointer over "View" and click on "Classic Icons." This will shrink the icons if they are set to either "Large Icons" or "Medium Icons."
10 Right-click on the desktop again and click on "Personalize."
11 On the "Personalize appearance and sounds" screen, click on "Taskbar and Start Menu" on the left side bar.
12 In the "Taskbar and Start Menu Properties" menu, click on the "Start Menu" tab.
13 Click on "Customize."
14 Find the box that says "Use large icons." If it is checked, uncheck it and click on "OK." This will shrink the Start Menu and Taskbar icons.
Right Click on th Icon for starting up the program. Chose the function Copy.
Move your curser to the desktop. Right click again and use the function Insert.
Now you have made a copy of the startup Icon on your Desktop.
press control + Alt + Delete.
go to task manager if you arent already sent there.
Then go to File > New Task(Run..)
and type: explorer.exe
That should make the start menu and icons appear if this doesnt i suggest re-installing windows.
Hope this helps
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