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Vista Lesson 4: Start Menu Configuration You can alter the look of the start menu to meet your personal needs. You can have the new Vista double-pane windows or you can go with a more classic look (single pane with icons on the desktop). To alter the Start menu you right-click the Start orb and select Properties. From the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties you choose the Start Menu tab to locate the various options you need to configure. Note: There are Privacy options you can turn on or off here as well such as displaying a list of recently opened file or programs. This lesson is part of a series in the ClipTraining Library. For more information on ClipTraining and how to provide access to your entire company for just pennies a day, please refer to SAVE on a subscription to! Use promo code: mindbites for a 10% discount.
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