Question about PC Desktops
Right click Deskop area, select Properties, select desktop tab i.e 2nd tab, then on the bottm, select Customize, inside it, you'll see 4 boxes of My Computer, My network, IE, My Document.just left click on my computer to make visible your my computer icon, click OK to save and exit.You're done
click on start
look on the right side of the main start menu you will see my computer
right click the the my computer and look at the options
one of them will be send to desktop or show on desktop.
If you are unable to do this follow the next step:
Start | Run | Type: gpedit.msc | OK |
Navigate to >>
Local Computer Policy\User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Desktop\
Double click: Remove My Computer icon on the desktop, in the right hand pane
| Setting tab | Check: Not Configured | Apply | OK
If you are unable to do the above step follow the next step:
Or you can.............
Start | Run | regedit | OK |
Navigate to >>
0 = My Computer on Desktop & Start Menu.
1 = No My Computer on Desktop & Start Menu.
Set to 0.
Now your another problem is that you want to see your system configuration so follow the step given below:
goto start > select run > type dxdiag and hit the enter key
that's it .now you can see the details about your system..
or use the below link to download a small software which also gives system information..
Just download this software very usefull for vista also........
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Posted on May 01, 2008
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