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Chapter 4. Personalizing Your Work Environment

Chapter 4. Personalizing Your Work Environment

With each new version of Windows, its designers make more assumptions about the preferences and abilities of the “average” user. Because this user doesn’t exist, Microsoft lets you twiddle Windows XP’s factory settings.

Hundreds of configuration options range from superficial to deep. Changes to graphics, colors, and fonts, for example, are cosmetic, whereas other settings—the language used or adaptations for disabled users—profoundly change the way you work with Windows.

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