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Old 09-07-2005, 08:36 AM   #1
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My Daddy got me a new computer for my birthday and say I have to take a class in it but I don't know what kind I have.

so the school sez I have to know but all I know is that its white and has two lights on it. It might be XP but I can't say and also which class should I take for it. If I dont regester for the computer class B4 Friday he sez I have to take it back since its been 2 months and all i do is chat and email.

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Well if you go to your start menu (bottom left corner) then go to > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Information

it will tell you a lot about your system...including XP or 2000, the speed of your processor, etc...

an easier way to tell what OS you have is to restart your computer, and while it is starting it will show a screen like this
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