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How to Customize the Start Menu

Question : How can I change the e-mail program and Web browser listed at the top of the Windows XP Start menu from the defaults of Internet Explorer and Outlook Express?

Answer : If you have installed other programs to use for your Internet mail and browsing needs, you can move them to the top of the Start menu by right-clicking on the Start button and selecting Properties. On the Start Menu tab, click Customize.

On the General tab of this Customize Start Menu box, you'll find pop-up menus that allow you to select your preferred programs for Internet Web browsing and e-mail. In this dialog box, you can also choose an icon size for the items listed on your Start menu and select the number of programs listed. Click O.K. when you are done making changes.

 
 

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