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Figure 3-34 You can use this dialog box to remoe certain Microsoft programs from menus in Windows.
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In the Set Program Access And Computer Defaults dialog box, the default selection on all newly installed systems is Custom. This essentially means that you are willing to make your own decisions about what Microsoft middleware programs are visible and accessible on your system. This works for most users. If you want to remove the evidence of Internet Explorer, Windows Mail, Windows Media Player, or Windows Media Center, click the arrow next to Non-Microsoft and make your choices in the expanded dialog box. If you change your mind and want the Microsoft tools back, return to the dialog box and click Microsoft Windows or Custom.
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AutoPlay is the feature that enables Windows to take appropriate action when you insert a CD or DVD into a drive. The operating system detects the kind of disc you have inserted an audio disc, a program, or a DVD movie, for example and takes the action that you have requested for that type of media. If you have not already made a decision about what the operating system should do, an AutoPlay dialog box appears when the disc is detected, and Windows presents a list of possible actions (including in some cases an option to do nothing at all). A check box in this dialog box lets you specify that the action you re currently choosing is should be the default for all discs of the current type. Figure 3-35 shows an example of the AutoPlay dialog box.
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Figure 3-35 The AutoPlay dialog box that appears when you first insert an optical disc of a gien type lets you tell Windows how to process the disc either this time or eery time.
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If you have used the AutoPlay dialog box shown in Figure 3-35 to set a default action for a particular kind of optical media, and you subsequently change your mind and want a different default, open the Start menu, choose Default Programs, and then choose Change AutoPlay Settings. The dialog box that appears, shown in Figure 3-36 on the next page provides a drop-down list of possible actions for each media type. You can make your selection from this list and then click Save.
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To have no default action for a given optical media type, choose Ask Me Every Time .
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Figure 3-36 For each optical media type, Windows lets you choose from a list of appropriate default possibilities.
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Dealing with User Account Control (UAC) . . . . . . . . . . 126 Dealing with Compatibility Issues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Installing Programs on 64-bit Versions of Windows . . 134 Creating and Customizing Program Shortcuts . . . . . . 134 Managing Startup Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
Managing Running Programs and Processes with Windows Task Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Running a Program as an Administrator or Another User . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Uninstalling Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146
ou don t need a wizard or a Control Panel applet to install a new piece of software in Windows Vista. As a matter of fact, if you go looking for such a wizard, you ll come up empty. The Control Panel item called Add Or Remove Programs, familiar to most users of Windows XP, has made a graceful exit. Apparently, Microsoft realized that, while Windows XP users often turned to Add Or Remove Programs to uninstall software, it wasn t necessary to use Control Panel to perform an installation. Setting up a new program from a CD is typically a straightforward matter of inserting a disc and following the instructions that appear courtesy of your CD drive s AutoPlay settings. Setting up a program that you download is usually a matter of clicking Run or Open after the download has finished. In neither scenario do you need a wizard to hold your hand. That s the theory, at any rate. In practice, there may be hurdles to surmount or hoops to jump through when it comes to installing programs. Potential complications can arise from two sources:
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