XP log on screen dispaying programs running and emails unread



milligancove
07-10-2005, 12:49 AM
Could anyone tell me how to switch off the notification at the Windows
XP logon window that shows which programs are running and how many
emails I have not read.
I have just recently loaded Microdoft Office 2003 and previous to
loading the software the logon screen only showed the number of
programs running, now it shows how many emails I have not read too.


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Ken Blake
07-10-2005, 12:49 AM
In news:milligancove.1psc0x@no-mx.msusenet.com,
milligancove <milligancove.1psc0x@no-mx.msusenet.com> typed:

> Could anyone tell me how to switch off the notification at the
> Windows
> XP logon window that shows which programs are running and how
> many
> emails I have not read.
> I have just recently loaded Microdoft Office 2003 and previous
> to
> loading the software the logon screen only showed the number of
> programs running, now it shows how many emails I have not read
> too.


Switch off the E-mail count with TweakUI.



http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/pro/downloads/powertoys.asp

(if you have SP1 installed)



or



http://download.microsoft.com/download/whistler/Install/2/WXP/EN-US/TweakUiPowertoySetup.exe

(if you don't have SP1).


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milligancove
07-10-2005, 12:50 AM
Many thanks ken, that did just the trick.


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Ken Blake
07-10-2005, 12:50 AM
In news:milligancove.1ptc52@no-mx.msusenet.com,
milligancove <milligancove.1ptc52@no-mx.msusenet.com> typed:

> Many thanks ken, that did just the trick.


You're welcome. Glad to help. But in the future, please quote
enough of the message you're responding to to put your reply into
context (as I did above). Many newsgroup participants (me, for
example) don't save already-read messages and a message without a
quote is likely to be completely unintelligible to people.

In fact, if it weren't for your using my name, I wouldn't have
realized what this was about or that it was a reply to me.

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XP log on screen dispaying programs running and emails unread