Re: win7 security
XP doesn't have the start menu search feature and you did have to go directly to what you wanted to open and know its name.
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If I remember correctly, in XP it’s called add or remove programs.
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Hi there, if you are using xp. If you have to uninstall a program. You always have to go to the control panel. I can’t remember where in the control panel you had to go. But for windows 7 its there too. But you had to go to programs and features. Windows ten it’s different. Almost the same as 7. I’ll look and see where you uninstall programs. I know on ten you have to go to the control panel. In xp and 7 you could uninstall programs in the start menue. I always did it in the control panel.
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One of the main improvements in Windows 7 is that you don't have to
look for things as you did in XP. Use the start menu search and
you'll fined most things, even if you don't know what they are called.
The start menu search is designed to find things when the technical or
exact words aren't used. for example, use the start menu search to
search for uninstall programs or uninstall a program. You will find
relevant results even though you didn't use the technical name. I
don't remember it any more. But you will find entries in plain
English such as remove a program.
an option for windows 7 is programs and feature if i am right.
then, if i dont remember the name and like xp, search add-remove
programs does it work and does it find my desired item?
the only place which i recognize that it can find my desired item,
even if i dont know the exact sentences, words or even spelling, is
i describe story sometimes for google and google finds immediate my
desired option or item for me!
thanks for your great information, God bless you!
On 3/19/19, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
> It was likely a false alarm. Have you rebooted since? If you reboot and
> you get no such message, it is very unlikely anything to worry about. if
> you reboot and do get such a message, what screen-reader are you using? I
> suspect the message also said something like click here to address the
> However, if you want to check your security settings before doing any of
> this, do the following:
> Open the start menu. Type the word security.
> Then after a moment, read the current line. If it isn't what you want, look
> through many of the options. Down arrow through them. If you find what you
> want, press enter.
> You will find what you want, as one of the items says chec security status.
> I just checked.
> One of the main improvements in Windows 7 is that you don't have to look for
> things as you did in XP. Use the start menu search and you'll fined most
> things, even if you don't know what they are called. The start menu search
> is designed to find things when the technical or exact words aren't used.
> for example, use the start menu search to search for uninstall programs or
> uninstall a program. You will find relevant results even though you didn't
> use the technical name. I don't remember it any more. But you will find
> entries in plain English such as remove a program.
> This is important to know not only for Windows 7 but, though I haven't
> checked because I haven't used higher versions of Windows, I'm sure they all
> have this feature.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Monte Single
> Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2019 10:20 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [nvda] win7 security
> HI folks,
> Yesterday I got a popup on my win 7 machine saying windows security was
> turned off. Don't think I've heard that in all the years I have had this
> Where do I look to find status of win security.
were I given all the seven heavens
with all they contain
in order that
I may disobey God
by depriving an ant
from the husk of a grain of barley,
I would not do it.