Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
I used to open new screens and they would already be at Maximum size, why has this suddenly changed and I have to max. each time now?
In Windows sometimes it 'forgets' its window placement but luckily we can set it back to maximised windows by default.
To do this please do the following.
* Double-click "My Computer"
* Maximise window by clicking the icon on the top right.
* Left click "Tools" menu.
* Left click "Folder Options"
* Left click "View" tab.
* Left click "Apply to All Folders" in the "folder view" section
* Finally left click "OK"
This will save your window placement to be maximised by default, for any new windows opened.
Hope this helps.
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You must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group in order to complete this procedure. If your computer is connected to a network, network policy settings may also prevent you from completing this procedure.
Open System in Control Panel.
On the Advanced tab, under Performance, click Settings.
On the Advanced tab, under Virtual memory, click Change.
Under Drive [Volume Label], click the drive that contains the paging file you want to change.
Under Paging file size for selected drive, click Custom size, and type a new paging file size in megabytes in theInitial size (MB) or Maximum size (MB) box, and then click Set.
Right Click on My computer then select properties OR
To open System, click Start, click Control Panel, click Performance and Maintenance, and then click System.
To have Windows choose the best paging file size, click System managed size.
For best performance, do not set the initial size to less than the minimum recommended size under Total paging file size for all drives. The recommended size is equivalent to 1.5 times the amount of RAM on your system. Usually, you should leave the paging file at its recommended size, although you might increase its size if you routinely use programs that require a lot of memory.
To delete a paging file, set both initial size and maximum size to zero, or click No paging file. Microsoft strongly recommends that you do not disable or delete the paging file.
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