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Windows NT : Desktop and GUI

Creating a shortcut to another computer

Administrators and users alike might sometimes need to access a computer that's not in their own domain or workgroup. Many times this requires remembering the path (yeah, right!), doing a lot navigating within Network Neighborhood, or mapping several drives. Wouldn't you rather have a convenient shortcut? Sure you would! To...

Place the Task Manager in the System Tray on startup

Occasionally, you may want to see how the CPU is performing on your system with just a glance. A simple way to add that functionality is to add the Task Manager to your System Tray. First, you need to place a shortcut to the Taskmgr.exe file in your Startup folder....

Adding destinations to the Send To list

We tend to think of the Send To command, accessed from the right mouse button when an object is selected, as a way to send something quickly to a floppy disk or mail recipient, but it has other uses! Do you frequently copy files to a particular drive or folder...

Changing the Windows NT logo

As network administrators, we often don't sweat the small stuff and get irritated with those that do. However, change is good for all, so if you'd like to change the Windows NT logo that usually appears as the default screen when you first log on, here's how. All you have...

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