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A lot of people prefer multitasking. The best tool for that purpose is virtual desktops. Virtual desktops provide the opportunity to run many desktops at the same time from a desktop computer or laptop. It is very easy to switch among the desktops by just using a button. Every virtual desktop can possess its unique applications as well as a different background. The feature of virtual desktops is not included in Windows XP by default. However, you can easily get virtual desktops on Windows XP. The means to get virtual desktops on Windows XP is very safe for the computer. All you have to do to get virtual desktops on Windows XP is to use software. This software provides four desktops to use.
In order to get virtual desktops on Windows XP, you have to use the Microsoft PowerToys download page. Follow these simple steps to get the virtual desktops:
Go to the “Microsoft PowerToys download page”.
Choose DeskMan.exe from the list on the right hand side of the window.
It will allow you to download the file named DeskmanPowertoySetup.exe. Double-click on the file.
Choose the option
“Complete” for installing.
It will be installed in a very little
time. Right click on the taskbar at the bottom of your screen.
You will now see the new option called Desktop Manager.
Click on Desktop Manager.
desktop manager toolbar will appear:
Every blue button represents
a unique desktop. The green button can
be used to preview the four virtual desktops.
Right-click on one of the buttons to
see the options for configuration.
This is the preview of the virtual desktops:
You just have to click on any
of the desktops in the preview screen
in order to get that desktop in the front. Virtual desktops can
be very useful if you want to divide your recreational
your work applications.
Your laptop ip address setting is correct now there is reason not able to ping windows xp and windows 7 have firewall you need to enable file sharing form windows firewall. Go to control penal > windows firewall > advanced settings > inbound rules and enable file and printer sharing.
take off the ADHOC. chnage it to regular wirless conection. WEP/WES. connect the laptop to the wirless router.
configure the folders on the dekstop to "share" under the share and security tab. give a name that you can rementber and limited the number of user and their login rights. (desktop-must have a login for the share to work).
if you still haev problem setting this up, please repost on the thread.
I just cleaned up a similar situation this weekend. Try this. Go into the control panel and create a new user id. Log off of your current user id and use the new one you created. See if the tabs are still there. If they are the virus trashed your desktop and you should create a new one.
Before you do that try scanning for viruses with the new desktop you just created. It might be that the virus exists on your old desktop and it won't go away because it is running. Checking for viruses using the new desktop can get rid of the problem.
Make sure domain settings to your server are correct on the notebook computer. These settings are located in the control panel of the system setting.
Whats the operating system of your server?
Make sure the firewall in windows security is turned off too. Sometimes that thing sneaks up on you.
I haven't used the home edition of Vista but another reason why it might not be working is because it isn't the business version. Microsoft might have added extra security to prevent the home version from connecting to a server. I know we use the business version of Vista at work and it is working that way on the intranet server without a problem.