Please tell me how to close automatically the inactive application or command windows. Infact I using foxpro applicaiton, in which RUN command excutive but Command windows doenot close automatically. It show inactive Command window after excuting the command.
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Verify that the correct Microsoft account appears, type your password, and then click Next.
If you have one or more aliases associated with your Microsoft account, you'll be prompted to remove them. If you have a Hotmail account, click deactivate your Hotmail account.
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If you're closing your Outlook.com account, choose your reason for closing your account, and then click Deactivate account.
To close only your Outlook.com account
Your Outlook.com account will become inactive if you don't sign in for more than 365 days or within the first 10 days after signing up for your account. After an account becomes inactive, all messages, folders, and contacts are deleted, and incoming messages are sent back to the sender as undeliverable. If you want to close your account right away:
Shutting Down is powering off your computer, That message is just telling you that windows is turning off your computer and closing all programs. If an application fails to initialize it just means it can not start as windows is shutting down
- If you were force to upgrade your windows to vista, I thinks some of the drive are realy compatible on your system.
- You may want to run windows update service pack 1 , It might help you resolved some of the issue.
-Give me more some details of your issue (error-pop-ups, bluescreen)
Go to command prompt and type Sfc/scannow.You may need your xp installation disc since this command tries to verify your windows installation by comparing the files to the one on the cd.Also this might be due to a virus,go to this link and use this tool to scan your computer.The tool can let you know if you have a virus or not.
Run Outlook from a command line with the /cleanprofile switch appended to the command.
To find the correct command line, right click on a shortcut for Outlook and go to Properties. Copy the information in the Target field and Paste it to the command line. If there is already a command option, remove it and add /cleanprofile after the closing quotation mark. (Add a space before /cleanprofile)
For example, go to Start: Run. . and enter something like "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\OUTLOOK.EXE" /cleanprofile .
Then add a new profile. Be sure to check the check box for "Set as default profile". Note: You cannot see this option unless you click on the "Options >>" button.
re-install internet explorer, (you can uninstall from the control panel>Add remove programs)
you can then re-install the original version or an updated version (from a demo or ISP disk)
if you have an install disk from your internet provider there is usually a copy of IE setup on there.