1, protect the password
Even if you trust your friends, you should cut the cards when you play cards together. In the same way, even if you have confidence in your own memory, it is a good idea to save a startup disk with a password so that you can have a convenient solution if you forget your password. The specific procedure is, first, to find a well formatted blank floppy disk, then type "Control Panel/user account" In any Explorer window or the IE window's address bar and return, select your account in the User Account window, and click "Block a forgotten password" in the relevant task list. Then follow the instructions in the Forgotten Password Wizard.
2, bypassing the forgotten password
If you do not prepare a startup disk with a password, and then log in with a different admin-level account, open the User Account Setup screen in the 16th article, select the account that has forgotten the password, click "Change Password", and then follow the prompts to reset the new password.
If you cannot log on with another administrator-level user name, restart your computer, and then press the "F8" key when the Windows startup flag appears, and enter the Windows Startup options interface. Use the up and down keys to move to Safe mode and press ENTER. When you see the Welcome interface, select the administrator (this is a hidden account, and the default does not require any password), the next action and 17th described in the same way, reset the account password, and finally restart the computer.
3. Become a Power User
In the Chinese version of Windows 2000, it is called a user with high permissions. When you log on to the system as an administrator user, your system is vulnerable to malicious programs such as Trojan horses. When you log on to a system with a "power User", you can avoid many dangers, and you typically need to use the same functionality as the user who manages the original level, and, of course, switching back to administrator-level users is also convenient if necessary.
The steps to set power User are as follows: Select Start/Run, type the lusrmgr.msc command line, enter the Local Users and Groups window, click Group on the left, and double-click Administrators on the right. Here you need to make sure that there is another account in the members list, that is, you can also log on to the system with this account when you need full management of the original level of permissions. Select the account you want to downgrade and click "Delete" * "confirm". Next click on the "Power Users" * "add" on the left, type your account name, and then click "Confirm" 2 times.
4, when a temporary administrator
Power User can run administrator-level programs, such as the Lusrmgr.msc program mentioned in the previous 3rd, without having to log off and then log back in as an administrator-level account. The specific action is that, in the resource manager, hold down the SHIFT key on your keyboard, right-click the program or shortcut you want to run, select Run as from the pop-up menu, and then select Run Program as the following (under Windows 2000) or the following user ( Under Windows XP, and then type the administrator-level username and password you want to use (and type the domain name if necessary), and then click "OK".
5. Use the Windows Network Setup Wizard
If you are connecting to a computer network for the first time, the Windows XP Network Setup Wizard is a good choice, and it can help you set up the details step-by-step. If you want to run the wizard manually, you can choose Start * run, then type "Netsetup" at the command line, and enter.
6, the installation of wireless network
When you insert a wireless network adapter into your computer, XP automatically pops up a "Connect to wireless Network" dialog box. Right-click the wireless network icon in the system bar and select "View available wireless network" From the pop-up menu, select the wireless connection you specified, and then click the "Connect" button. If you do not see this icon, type Control Panel/network connection in the Explorer or in the address bar of the folder window, and then right-click the wireless network connection icon.