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FYI, Make Windows XP Self-Maintaining !

by David Chan / October 27, 2003 3:00 AM PST
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Re:FYI, Make Windows XP Self-Maintaining !
by SFWorknStiff / June 10, 2004 7:19 PM PDT
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Re:good link, touchy people?
by jonah jones / June 10, 2004 9:57 PM PDT

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To configure the command prompt
by Cursorcowboy / June 10, 2004 10:58 PM PDT

This "Microsoft" link:

By selecting the Quick Edit Mode check box, you enable copy and paste from the Command Prompt window. To copy, select the text in the Command Prompt window with your left mouse button, and then right-click. To paste, either at the command prompt or in a text file, right-click.

By increasing the screen buffer size to 999, you enable scrolling through the Command Prompt window.

By increasing the number of buffers to five, you increase the number of lines in the Command Prompt window to 5000.

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