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Want your logon screen to look like this?
If you use a computer at work, school, library, or where ever a computer is on a network, you've probably seen the logon screen where it tells you to press Ctrl+Alt+Del. This is the logon prompt that XP Professional users and Windows 2000 users receive when the machine is configured to log on to a network. If this type of login is more comfortable for you to use and you would like to change your XP Home logon to do this as well, then please read on.
Very first thing you need to do is to turn off your current logon type.
Now that you have turned off your old logon, now you have configure your new logon. :)
Right Click on the TaskBar
If you have followed these steps correctly your computer is now set to login as if you are on a network. Next time you reboot you will see a screen like this.
To start the login process, press Control-Alt-Delete. You will now be presented with the message text that you created in step 14.3 and 14.4.
Press OK to accept the message and you will be presented with the logon screen as show below.
You can now enter your account information to logon to Windows.
As always if you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask them in the computer help forums.
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