Welcome to Virtual Windows .

PLEASE ADJUST YOUR SCREEN AREA TO ANYTHING ABOVE 1024 x 768 for best viewing.  To do this follow:

Windows 95/98/ME 

Click Start, Settings, Control Panel.  Double click Display.  Click on the Settings tab, now move the screen area or resolution up to 1024 X 768 or higher.  Click on Apply and Windows will adjust your resolution, Click OK if everything is acceptable. 

NOTE: Not all monitors can handle this setting.  If your monitor goes black or the display is distorted it should go back to your old setting after 30 seconds or so.  If it does not then turn off your PC, tap F8 on turning on and choose Safe mode, when this has loaded simply go back to display and alter the resolution to less then click advanced then adapter and set the refresh rate to adapter default.  Apply your settings and reboot and all should be well.

Windows XP 

Click Start, Control Panel.  Or Start, Settings, Control Panel.  Double click Display.  Click on the Settings tab, now move the screen resolution up to 1024 X 768 or higher.  Click on Apply and Windows will adjust your resolution, Click OK if everything is acceptable. 

NOTE: Not all monitors can handle this setting.  If your monitor goes black or the display is distorted it should go back to your old setting after 30 seconds or so.  If it does not then turn off your PC, tap F8 on turning on and choose Enable VGA Mode, then Windows xp, when this has loaded all should be well.

The Virtual set of screens are for an Administrative account on Windows XP Professional without any service packs.  There are some limitations in my virtual Windows xp but, I hope this will help people see what it is like and provide e-mail support.  More importantly it is a learning tool that can do no harm for all to use.

Power up the Virtual Windows XP professional PC 

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