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Part: 6 Windows XP on the Network > The Jargon Jar: The Complete Archive - Pg. 388

The Jargon Jar: The Complete Archive 388 Recycle Bin The place where Windows XP stores deleted files. If you trash a file accidentally, you can use the Recycle Bin to recover it. Registry The crucial configuration files that are the lifeblood of Windows XP. right-click To click the right mouse button instead of the usual left button. In Windows XP, right-clicking something usually pops up a shortcut menu. sans serif A font that doesn't have cross strokes at its extremities. This type of font is most often used for titles and headings that require a larger type size. See Also serif. screen resolution The number of columns and rows in the grid of pixels that Windows XP uses to display screen images. See Also color quality. screen saver A feature that displays a moving pattern on your monitor after your computer hasn't been used for a while. It prevents the screen image from being "burned in" to the monitor, but most folks just like to watch the crazy psychedelic patterns they make. screen shot A copy of the current screen image. sector A storage area on your hard disk.