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  • When I try to run Windows 2000, all I see is desktop wallpaper.

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  • How can I move the search option on my desktop?

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    jerry111,065 pointsBadges:
  • Problems with Win XP desktop on a peer to peer with Windows 2000 Pro

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  • Sun tries to lure MS desktop users with sweets and software

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