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chaquita89

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Hi, I've been checking out the site for awhile and it's been extremely helpful, so I decided to give it a shot myself, having not seen my problem on any other posts.

I have Windows XP on a Compaq PC that was purchased only a week or so ago, and I use the multiple-users feature it offers. Originally if I needed to log off another user or if I wanted to check the status of programs, I used the CTRL-ALT-DLT trick to pop up the menu. It had about 5 or 6 tabs at the top with things like "users" "status" and that sort of thing. There, you could check how much of your computer was being used at the time (with a line graph and whatnot).

Now, however, it only has one basic option - it's pretty much just your typical windows popup with all the programs running, but none of the other features I liked. I'm sure I hit some strange key or combination to lose it, but since the other users on the computer still have the feature, do you know of any way I can get it back?

Thanks, and if anything needs clarification just let me know and I'd be happy to do so :tazz:
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O.K. To get things back to normal Just double click on the the border..like ontop of where it says "image name" and voula..uy have ur tabs back
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Oh wow.. that was easy & it worked like a charm - thanks!
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