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Vista has eliminated the word Start from the Start menu button and replaced it with a button that displays the Vista logo
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Click Start to open the Start menu Notice that the left side of the Start menu shows your recently used applications You can adjust the number of applications that Windows displays there The top two applications are the default Web browser and e-mail client, which you can also modify Follow these steps: a b Right-click the Start button and select Properties Select the Start Menu tab
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Be sure the Start menu radio button is selected, and click Customize Under the General tab (see Figure 4-2), change any of the following settings if you like: The number of programs on the Start menu Whether to show the icons for your preferred Internet and e-mail programs
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You ll notice in Vista that you also have access to the Noti cation and Toolbars menu as well The Start menu s All Programs menu shows a list of all programs installed on the system; it works like the Programs menu in Windows Vista Step 3 Earlier versions of Windows included icons for My Computer and My Documents on the desktop by default, but Windows XP and Vista only show the Recycle Bin These other icons are now in the Start menu, but you can add them to the desktop, too: a b c d Click the Start button Right-click My Computer in the menu Vista eliminates the word My, so right-click Computer Select Show on Desktop Repeat steps a through c for My Documents Again, Vista eliminates the word My, so rightclick Documents
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Figure 4-2 The General tab on the Customize Start Menu dialog box
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Step 4 For greatest compatibility with the lab exercises in upcoming chapters, you should now put your Start menu in the Classic Start menu mode To set the Start menu to Classic mode, follow these steps: a b c d Right-click the Start button Select Properties Choose Classic Start menu Click OK
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Warning
Most of the following lab exercises will assume you have a Windows XP or Vista system in the Classic mode
Step 5 Another change that came with the advent of Windows XP (and continued with Vista) is the way you view the Control Panel The Control Panel icon now opens by default in Category View (see Figure 4-3)
Figure 4-3 Viewing the Control Panel in Category View
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Follow these steps to switch the Control Panel view between Category View (default) and Classic View: a b c d On the Classic Start menu, select Start | Settings | Control Panel Depending on how it was con gured when you turned on the system, you ll see either the Category View (default) or Classic View of the Control Panel An option on the top-left sidebar in the Control Panel enables you to switch between the two views Set your Control Panel to Classic View for the rest of the exercises
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Lab Exercise 402: The Windows Desktop
The Windows desktop is the starting point for all operations It doesn t matter whether you have a new Vista installation or an existing installation of Windows 2000 from years ago; there s a desktop graphical user interface (GUI) that you can use as a home base The purpose of this lab exercise is to ensure that you re familiar with the desktop
Learning Objectives
In this lab, you ll work with certain features of the Windows desktop At the end of this lab, you ll be able to Use the Windows taskbar Run a program from the Start menu Change settings for the Recycle Bin Change the appearance of the desktop
Lab Materials and Setup
The materials you need for this lab are A working computer running Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Vista
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