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System Configuration Utility

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Neesh, Feb 18, 2002.

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  1. Neesh

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    When I boot up in XP it is in selective startup and when I switch to normal startup I get all the programs I deleted in my start up system tray. This is like a seesaw, is there anyway I can select normal start up and delete the programs from my system tray at the same time, this is driving me crazy.
    Another ? is when I was using ME there was a great password reminder program, does this exist in XP, If not is there any good programs other than Gator(YUCK), any suggestions much appreciated, thanks, Neesh
     
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  3. Neesh

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    Thanks Steve for the link, it is much appreciated.
    Thanks, Neesh
     
  4. Dan O

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    Have you tried running MSCONFIG and selected the Startup tab?

    As for password caching IE 6 includes it. Check IE Help for details.

    Here's some info:

    To adjust AutoComplete settings

    You can configure AutoComplete to save and suggest only the information you want. You can choose whether to use AutoComplete for Web addresses, forms, and passwords, or not use it all. You can also clear the history for any of these.

    In Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
    Click the Content tab.

    Under Personal information, click AutoComplete.
    Select the check boxes for the AutoComplete options you want to use.
     
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