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  2. Control Panel (Windows) - Wikipedia

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    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.

  3. Settings (Windows) - Wikipedia

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    The Settings app exposed a very small portion of Windows Control Panel's functionality. Over time, however, it has become the sole user interface and control point for Windows Update (removed from Control Panel) and Windows Hello (never added to Control Panel.)

  4. Windows XP editions - Wikipedia

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    Windows XP Tablet PC Edition utilizes the Ink object as a means of data input and storage. This is a data type created as part of the Windows XP Tablet PC Edition API that allows users to manipulate and process handwritten data, including recognition results and, in some cases, the pressure information for each part of the stroke.

  5. Device Manager - Wikipedia

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    Windows cannot access this hardware because its service key information in the registry is missing or corrupted. 41: Windows successfully loaded the device driver for this hardware but cannot find the hardware device. 42: Windows cannot run the driver for this device because there is a duplicate device already running in the system. 43

  6. NTFS - Wikipedia

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    NTFS 1.0 is incompatible with 1.1 and newer: volumes written by Windows NT 3.5x cannot be read by Windows NT 3.1 until an update (available on the NT 3.5x installation media) is installed. 1.1 Windows NT 3.51: 1995 Compressed files, named streams, and access control lists: 1.2 Windows NT 4.0: 1996 Security descriptors

  7. Windows Registry - Wikipedia

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    The Windows Registry is a hierarchical database that stores low-level settings for the Microsoft Windows operating system and for applications that opt to use the registry. . The kernel, device drivers, services, Security Accounts Manager, and user interfaces can all use the regis

  8. Windows Media Center - Wikipedia

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    This feature is supported in both Windows XP and Windows Vista. Web applications written specifically for being hosted in WMC can use a subset of the WMC API which is exposed via JavaScript. HTML applications are also not fully supported for streaming to extenders. See also. Kodi (a free, open-source, and cross-platform media center software)

  9. SpeedStep - Wikipedia

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    The SpeedStep settings for power schemes, either built-in or custom, cannot be modified from the control panel's GUI, but can be modified using the POWERCFG.EXE command-line utility. The Linux kernel has a subsystem called "cpufreq", tunable by power-scheme and command line, devoted to the control of the operating frequency and voltage of a CPU ...