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Posted on Mar 1, 2009 in Windows Basics, Windows XP | 0 comments

Tutorial 11 – Customising the Start Menu

XP Compatibile tutorial

In this Windows tutorial, by demonstrating some of its useful customisation features, Marc Liron shows us that there is more to the Start Menu than many users realise.

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This Windows XP tutorial is copyright Marc Liron and may not be downloaded or distributed without express written permission.

Additional hints for beginners

What is Firefox? In the video, Marc shows us how you can change your default internet browser from Internet Explorer to Firefox. This option will only be available if you have installed Firefox on your PC. Firefox is a popular alternative to Internet Explorer that offers additional security benefits. To find out more, visit the Firefox Home Page.


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