Thursday, 5 July 2012

Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP

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Windows XP includes ClearType subpixel rendering, which makes onscreen fonts smoother and more readable on liquid crystal display (LCD) screens.[3][4] Although ClearType has an effect on CRT monitors, its primary use is for LCD/TFT-based (laptop, notebook and modern 'flatscreen') displays. ClearType in Windows XP currently supports the RGB and BGR sub pixel structures. There are other parameters such as contrast that can be set via a ClearType Tuner powertoy that Microsoft makes available as a free download from its Typography website.
With Windows XP, the taskbar and the Start button have been updated to support Fitt's law. To help the user access a wider range of common destinations more easily from a single location, the Start menu was expanded to two columns; the left column focuses on the user's installed applications, while the right column provides access to the user's documents, and system links which were previously located on the desktop. Links to the My Documents, My Pictures and other special folders are brought to the fore. The My Computer and My Network Places (Network Neighborhood in Windows 95 and 98) icons were also moved off the Desktop and into the Start menu, making it easier to access these icons while a number of applications are open and so that the desktop remains clean. Moreover, these links can be configured to expand as a cascading menu. Frequently used programs are automatically displayed in the left column, newly installed programs are highlighted, and the user may opt to "pin" programs to the start menu so that they are always accessible without having to navigate through the Programs folders. The default internet browser and default email program are pinned to the Start menu. The Start menu is fully customizable, links can be added or removed; the number of frequently used programs to display can be set. The All Programs menu expands like the classic Start menu to utilize the entire screen but can be set to scroll programs. The user's name and user's account picture are also shown on the Start menu.
Locking the taskbar not only prevents it from being accidentally resized or moved but elements such as Quick launch and other DeskBands are also locked. The Taskbar grouping feature combines multiple buttons of the same application into a single button, which when clicked, pops up a menu listing all the grouped windows and their number. Advanced taskbar grouping options can be configured from the registry.[6] The user can choose to always show, always hide or hide some or all notification area icons if inactive for some time. A button allows the user to reveal all the icons. The Taskbar, if set to a thicker height also displays the day and date in the notification area.
There are significant changes made to Windows Explorer in Windows XP, both visually and functionally. Microsoft focused especially on making Windows Explorer more discoverable and task-based, as well as adding a number of features to reflect the growing use of a computer as a “digital hub”.

Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
Animated Wallpapers For Windows XP
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