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2. The Desktop and Interface

Chapter 2. The Desktop and Interface

Like most operating systems, Windows XP comprises the things you experience as the computer itself—stuff like the desktop, the Start menu, the icons and cursors—in short, what people call the interface (and what geeks call the user interface or UI).

One of the most effective ways to get more out of Windows XP is to make the interface look and work the way you want it to. This chapter includes more than two dozen hints on how to customize your desktop, Start menu, taskbar, Control Panel, icons, cursors, and themes. Basically, you can give your computer a makeover: Think of it as a reality TV show for your PC.


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