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Laptops All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies- P15: Okay, I’ll admit it: I’ve got a strange biography. I’ve been a writer all my life. My first semi-pro job was sports editor of my high school newspaper. (Go Commodores!) After college I was a political reporter for daily newspapers in Ohio and New York (I covered four national nominating conventions and two Presidential campaigns) and a correspondent for The Associated Press. And then, in 1983, I gave in to my inner geek and became the first Executive Editor of PC Magazine, back in the days when most people asked, “What is a PC?”. | 114 Customizing the Tiny Picture on Your User Account 4. Choose My Pictures Slideshow. This option automatically cycles through images it finds in the My Pictures folder. Make sure you re okay with displaying anything that s there if you have a picture that is much too personal for this use and you know what I mean right move it out of that folder to keep it off your screen. Deleting a screen saver The basic screen savers provided by Microsoft as part of Windows are yours to keep whether you like them or not you can t remove them. However if you ve added a screen saver on your own and you want to be rid of it that s easy to do. Under Windows Vista follow these instructions 1. Click the Start button. 2. Click the Control Panel. 3. Choose Programs Programs and Features. 4. Highlight the screen saver you want to remove. 5. Click Uninstall. For Windows XP users follow these instructions 1. Go to the Control Panel. 2. Click Add or Remove Programs. 3. Highlight the screen saver you want to remove. 4. Click Uninstall. Customizing the Tiny Picture on Your User Account Windows users can add the ultimate in personalization to the little picture next to your user account as well as on screens or menus that list your user name including the Welcome Screen and Start menu . You can choose any of the generic images supplied with the operating system or you can use a photo or drawing of your own. If you want to use your own art save it to your machine as a GIF JPG or BMP image format. The picture is going to be very small onscreen so you can save space by saving it at a small size about 1 x 1 inch and at a screen resolution of 72 dpi. Hanging Wattpaper on the Desktop 115 On a Windows Vista machine follow these steps 1. Click the Start button. 2. Click Control Panel O User Accounts called User Accounts and Family Safety in cer tain editions of the operating system . A list of available user account changes appears. 3. Click Change Your Picture. 4. Perform one of these steps Select

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