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    Fixes a problem in Windows XP where the computer stops responding when you log off the computer if more than one user is logged on to the computer, the Fast User Switching feature is enabled, and a program is running in the context of another user.
    Describes how the screen may go black while Media Center is running in full-screen mode in Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.
    Find the latest news, information and resources about Windows XP End of Support (EOS), happening April 8, 2014.
    When you install Internet Explorer on a Windows 2000-based or a Windows XP-based computer, Internet Explorer Setup updates only a subset of the components that are installed with Internet Explorer on other operating systems. This behavior is designed to...
    Describes the known issues in Away mode for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.
    Find out what's changed since Windows XP, and explore the improved features and functionality of Windows Vista.
    Discusses how you cannot start other software until you complete the OOBE Setup program after you install Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 by using OOBE. To work around the issue, use the Windows XP Narrator program.
    Text-to-Speech (TTS) capabilities for a computer refers to the ability to play back text in a spoken voice. This article describes how to configure and use text-to-speech in Windows XP and in Windows Vista. TTS is the ability of the operating system to...
    Open Utility Manager by pressing the Windows logo key + U. To start or stop an accessibility program: Click the program in the list, and then click Start or Stop.

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