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Settings i'm trying to find settings on my computer..

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    Kevin Shafer May 11, 2010

    Your computer has all kinds of settings. You can set the resolution, the sound, the music, the brightness. You can even set it on fire. But, what settings are you looking for?

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If you are going to find settings.

1. Click "Start" on the bottom left of the screen.

2. Click Control Panel

3. Now you should find settings.

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