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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.
<span>irst right clcik on your desktop ,go to properties<br />-den go to the appearnce tab and select advanced<br />-den scroll down to the part icon<br />-you can change your windows font there</span>
If your computer is at the Windows icon for a long time this means that Windows has a lot of information to go through to load. Try running disk cleanup from the Start Menu, All Programs, System Tools and check all areas that come up on the dialogue box or download and run a system cleaner from the internet.
When You Installed The Program, Through The program,s setup Process.
You,ll have been Prompted With "" Do You wish to add a Shortcut, to the Start-Menu ""
By not selecting This ( tick-In-The-Box ) No-Start Menu Icon will Appear.
Hope This Helps/Solves cures your Problem ?
the Start menu and select the "My Computer" option. Alternately, you
can double-click the "My Computer" desktop icon if you've enabled it to
appear on the desktop.
Double-click on your hard drive to open the directory.
the program for which you wish to change the associated icon. You'll
need to know its location on the hard drive. If you don't know where it
is, you can use the Start menu "Search" feature to locate it.
Right-click on the file, and click the "Properties" menu option. This will open the Properties menu for the file.
the "Change Icon" button. If there is no "Change Icon" button, you will
need to create a desktop icon instead. To do so, cancel out of the
Properties menu and right-click the file again. This time, select "Send
to -> Desktop (create shortcut)."
on one of the icons that appears in the list. If the icon you want
isn't on the list, click the "Browse" button to search for more icons.
Click "OK" once you've chosen the icon you'd like to use.
Click "Apply" to confirm your changes, and then click "OK" to close the window.
a moment to see the icon change. There are times, like when a lot of
system resources are in use, when icon changes can take a moment to
When the DELL™ logo appears, press <F12> immediately.
NOTE: If you see a message stating that no diagnostics utility partition has been found, run the Dell Diagnostics from your Drivers and Utilities CD. If you wait too long and the Microsoft® Windows® logo appears, continue to wait until you see the Windows desktop. Then shut down your computer through the Start menu and try again.
When the boot device list appears, highlight Boot to Utility Partitionand press <Enter>.
When the Dell Diagnostics Main Menu appears, select the test you want to run.
if you mean you want to reset everything then i'm going to assume that you want to reformate your pc. And as far as your icons go i'm going to assume that your talking about your My Computer and My Documents icons and if you want thouse on your desk top do the following:
Right click the taskbar and go to properties
Next click the start menu tab
Choose classic start menu and your icons should appear on the desktop
But this is only my assumtion as to what you mean, as Fusiondc said please elaborate a little more so i can help you out with this ;)