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  2. Troubleshooting AOL Desktop Gold - AOL Help

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    When your AOL Desktop Gold is ready for an update, we'll push it through to you automatically. All you'll need to do is close and reopen your AOL Desktop Gold every couple of days to ensure you're using the most updated version. Once you reopen AOL Desktop Gold you'll be using the newest version available to you.

  3. Troubleshooting McAfee - AOL Help

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    1. Open the Windows Control Panel. If you are using Windows XP or Vista: click the Start button, and then click Control Panel. If you are using Windows 98, Me or 2000: click the Start button, select Settings, and then click Control Panel. Note: If using Windows Vista, click the Classic View link. 2.

  4. Technical or Game loading problems - Common causes - AOL

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    Open the Windows Control Panel. If using Windows Vista/XP, click the Start button, then click ControlPanel. If using Windows 2000/Me/98, click the Start button, select Settings, then click...

  5. Control Panel (Windows) - Wikipedia

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    Control panel. The Control Panel is a component of Microsoft Windows that provides the ability to view and change system settings. It consists of a set of applets that include adding or removing hardware and software, controlling user accounts, changing accessibility options, and accessing networking settings.

  6. Features new to Windows XP - Wikipedia

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    Windows XP includes network diagnostic tools such as Netsh diag, netdiag.exe in the support tools and Basic Network Diagnostics integrated into the Help and Support Center A later update, incorporated into Windows XP SP3, also introduced Network Diagnostics for Internet Explorer. There are new WinSock APIs for performance and IPv6 support.

  7. Settings (Windows) - Wikipedia

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    Control panel. Windows Settings (formerly PC settings) is a component of Microsoft Windows. It allows users to adjust their user preferences, configure their operating system, and manage their connected devices. Microsoft introduced Settings with Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8, and initially intended it to replace the Windows Control Panel ...

  8. Windows Update - Wikipedia

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    Automatic Updates "Restart Required" dialog boxin Windows XPService Pack 1 Automatic Updatesis the successor of the Critical Update Notification Utility. It was released in 2000, along with Windows Me. It supports Windows 2000 SP3 as well. Unlike its predecessor, Automatic Updates can download and install updates.

  9. Device Manager - Wikipedia

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    A disabled device has either been manually disabled by a user or by some way of error. In Windows 95 through XP, this is denoted by a red X. In Windows Vista and Windows 7, this was replaced by a grey downward pointing arrow in the lower right-hand corner of the device's icon. Hardware not working properly