Windows Xp [BETTER]
The Start menu received its first major overhaul in XP, switching to a two-column layout with the ability to list, pin, and display frequently used applications, recently opened documents, and the traditional cascading "All Programs" menu. The taskbar can now group windows opened by a single application into one taskbar button, with a popup menu listing the individual windows. The notification area also hides "inactive" icons by default. A "common tasks" list was added, and Windows Explorer's sidebar was updated to use a new task-based design with lists of common actions; the tasks displayed are contextually relevant to the type of content in a folder (e.g. a folder with music displays offers to play all the files in the folder, or burn them to a CD).
The taskbar is the small blue bar you see at the bottom of your desktop. It contains the Start menu and the Quick Launch bar, which contains icons for Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player, and Show Desktop. Click an icon to open a program. Click Show Desktop to quickly view your desktop without closing any programs or windows.
I have used Norton for more than 20 years. My old Xp machine that is used as a work station because it runs DOS will not alow installation of Norton and says the key is invalid any help gratefully received. The machine itself is not 20 years old, it is working in windows mode but I use it to run simulated DOS under windows. The Key is valid as I have an account for 5 machines and use it for 2 windows 10 machines with no problem, the account shows the old XP machine but says the key is out of date and there is no way to update the key to the current account. I tried to add it as a new installation but that fails. I cannot see any way of communicating with Norton technical by email. 041b061a72