Windows will not allow you to log in. Clicking “yes” will run the activation program, and that is all you may do. The following images are in PNG format. If you don’t have internet access hope you are not dyslexic and are a good typist. The above screen shot shows an example Start menu with Mozilla as the default web browser. There will be a newer version of Windows out by then that Microsoft will do anything to make you buy.
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You had better hope Linux or the DOJ hasn’t put Microsoft out of business because with no one to “activate” this product for you, you will be up the creek. From the way Microsoft is going perhaps they need to change the name of “Windows” to “Pages”.
The above screen shot shows an example Start menu with Mozilla as the default web browser. Because of the color gradients used the images binhana your screen may look kind of blotchy in places unless your video is set to 24 or 32 bit color.
And if you don’t “activate” with Microsoft within the specified time, you will get a message like this.
The classic login screen can be reached by pressing ctrl-alt-delete. Some of the bintan such as the user management control panel have been changed to a webby interface. You had better hope you are somewhere near a phone when you install this monster.
If you install Netscape Communicator, for example, and let it be the default browser, the icons will change to Netscape’s. Forget it, expect to fork out more money for the latest Windows that probably will require you to buy a faster computer anyway.
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Once you have “activated” Windows with Microsoft or installed a crack you may continue to use Windows normally. If you don’t have internet access binatna you are not dyslexic and are a good typist. You may activate over the Internet if you have access, or you may call a Microsoft customer service representative and give them this HUGE 50 character installation ID number and they give you another really long one back that you must type in as a confirmation ID.
At the top of the new Start menu it displays icons for the default web browser and e-mail client. I think I need to download Active Pooper Scooper to clean up this mess.
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This activation scheme hasn’t succeeded at stopping piracy. The main control panel has been changed to a web page although most of the control panel applets are still tabbed dialog boxes. I predict that 5 years or so from now Microsoft will refuse to “activate” Windows XP any more. At best it has prevented a few lamers from installing unlicensed copies. Thankfully there are already a number of cracks out there to get around this BS.
The following images are in PNG format. Need to re-load that old computer that crashed? In the event your computer hardware changes if you upgrade it or add a component Windows XP may demand that you re-activate with Microsoft. This is the default screen you will see when you first log in to Windows XP. Windows will not allow you to log in. Why does the world put up with this junk?
You have two options. Using any of the search options opens up this window and for no adequately explained reason displays an animated character. There will be a newer version of Windows out by then that Microsoft will do anything to make you buy. Logging in is now done through this pretty screen. Clicking “yes” will run the activation program, and that is all you may do.
Of course, I guess there is enough stuff to click on IE icons and misc.
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Click the thumbnail for the large version. The new start menu displays the user name of whoever is logged in, icons for the most recently used apps, and icons for various user folders. There also seems to be a special corporate-only version of Windows XP that comes “pre-activated”. In Windows XP Microsoft has made the file browsing prettier using large icons and thumbnail views.