Safe mode is a special operating mode available in all Windows. In safe mode you can not run audio and video files, if you are affected with Trojans or malware and if you are not able to get rid of them then log on to safe mode.
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Creating a password for your computer prevents people from logging in your account when you are not around. You’re just a few clicks away from setting up a new password for your Windows XP account.
To protect user accounts in the event that the user forgets the password, every local user should make a password reset disk and keep it in a safe place.
If you are fed up with the default theme and you want your Windows XP computer to look like Windows Vista, you are at the right place. Here we go step by step and apply our Windows Vista style XP theme.
Because of Windows XP’s security features , it is virtually impossible to login into the system without the password. You can try several options to get around windows XP login password.
How to log on to your Windows XP-based computer if you forget your password or if your password expires?
If you forget your Windows password or your password expires you need your password before you revert to your computer. This article two methods you try, contains to reset your password so that you can restore your computer back. These steps only work if you have already created a disk reset password for the computer, or you can log on as administrator to assign a new password for your account.
If you find yourself locked out of your Windows XP because you forgot or lost login password, below are some things you can do.
Because of the security features built into Windows XP, it is virtually impossible to get back into the system without the password. You have several options to try and get around this problem.
Have you ever confronted such situation that you walk away from your computer for a while, when you come back you find out that you have to log in again.
What you’re seeing is the screensaver password protect feature of Windows XP. To disable this, you need to get into the Display Properties screen. There are (at least) two ways to get there. Right click on an open area of your desktop and click Properties, or go into Control Panel and double click Display.