Windows Extra Credit - Jeffrey Nettles Windows XP CTS 1171...

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Jeffrey Nettles 12/05/2007 Windows XP – CTS 1171 With every new generation of programs and operating systems, comes new upgrades and features. These features can be anything from a new look for an icon all the way to a new way of storing files. Microsoft Windows Vista has a lot of new features that are very noticeable from the time you start up your computer. One very noticeable change is in the start menu itself. Microsoft says that the information on the Start menu is organized “more efficiently” than in Windows XP, with an improved programs list and a new search feature to make it easier to find any program, folder, or file you're looking for, just by typing its first few letters. The main features of the start menu, i.e. Computer shutdown, log off, hibernate, run, search, etc., are still very similar. However, the search feature itself has been improved to help your search. The Search box will scour your programs and all of the folders in your personal folder (which includes Documents, Pictures,
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course CTSC 1328 taught by Professor Norieka during the Spring '08 term at Brevard Community College.

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