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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by bigh47, Jan 18, 2002.

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  1. bigh47

    bigh47 Thread Starter

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    Is there a site/publication that explains in simple terms about things like what does Registry do? what should you have in start up? etc. I see and receive help from all you clever people but I feel
    that although what you say is good I don't fully understand what I am doing with said information. This has probably been covered before, but I am reasonably new here.
    Gosh that sounds pretty dumba** "well nothing new there then"
    those that know me are saying.

    Thanks anyway

    Howard :D :D
     
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    www.computerhope.com has a pretty good and thorough dictionary of terms, what they mean and how they apply as well as info on operating systems.
     
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    Thanks guys

    I think I asked the wrong question in a way but the links were useful. It would seem that DojceJ had the answer by sticking here. I'll just continue to ask for a fuller explanation to responses.
    Hopefully along the way I can cram some knowledge in my gray stuff, mind you these days it seems to keep falling out(the knowledge that is). Maybe some will stick!!!

    Cheers

    Howard :) :)
     
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