Windows Online Support has officially stopped assisting the customer using Windows XP operating systems with software issues, driver issues and security updates issues. But people who still have a Windows XP system, can go to the Windows Online Support website to download desktop peripherals like screen savers and wallpapers. And another cool thing with XP is that users can learn how to use XP online. Users get an option to read how to navigate the parts of the operating itself, such as the Control Panel and accessibility features. XP users can also use Windows Online Support upgrade adviser tool to see if their system can handle the latest operating system.
Getting started using Windows Online Support
As the saying goes, “Practice makes perfect”, regular practicing on the operating system makes sure that you know more about XP, with every passing day.
- Using Windows Online Support, open your Internet Explorer and go to Microsoft.com. Point your mouse over the “Windows” menu near the top and click “Windows XP” from the list.
- Using Windows Online Support Choose the version of the operating system you have. In the “Resources” list, select “Using Windows XP”.
- Using Windows Online Support, choose one of the tabs on the Windows XP Help. For example, click on “Setup and Maintenance” or “Security and Privacy” sections to see a different page about these problems. Other sections listed on the Windows XP site include “Networking,” “Web browsing and e-mail,” “Accessibility” and “Music and video.”
- Using Windows Online Support, click on one of the particular sections from the “How-to Center” list on each of the Windows XP topic pages. Check and read the point by point instructional guides listed about these issues.
The “Help and Support” system comes with a search function that helps users to look for a particular subject. In order to get to this feature, simply click the “Start” button and choose “Help and Support” from the menu. Always remember, when you have a doubt, get Windows Online Support; what is it there for after all. For more help, check out my Windows Help blog.