Question No 1
What is benefit of Help feature associated with every window?
Microsoft windows XP provides various help and support services. Microsoft windows XP help and support services are provided both offline and online.
Each program in Microsoft windows has a separate help and support window. This means that when you open the Help window from one program, such as Microsoft Office Word, and then go to another program, such as Microsoft Office Outlook, and open Help, you see two separate Help windows with separate help options.
Some advantages for using help and support in Windows XP:
We can have the Training of the application (How to use and operate the software). We can customize the application.
We can have the information regarding Printing and faxing.
We can have the information regarding Security and Privacy.
We can have the information regarding Performance and maintenance We can have the information regarding Accessibility Options. We can have the information regarding Administration.
We can have the information regarding Fixing a problem (software or hardware related)
Question No 2:
What is difference between “menu bar” and “standard bar” in Windows XP?
|Menu Bar |Standard Bar | |Menu bar is located below title bar. |Standard bar is located below the menu bar. | |A menu bar is a horizontal strip that contains lists of available|The bar of icons (save, print, help, etc.) on the screen below | |menus for a certain program. |the menu bar in applications. | |Nearly all programs have a menu bar as part of their user |Not all programs have a standard bar as part of their user | |interface....