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Microsoft Support for Windows XP Performance and Windows
7 Remote Desktop Connection Issues
1. Windows XP Support to Bolster Windows’ Smooth Performance
Microsoft’s computer operating system Windows XP is still popular amongst a
large number of Windows users for individual as well as commercial purposes.
Thanks to its imaging highlights; enhanced taskbar and begin menu; propel
security framework; remote desktop highlights; and faster sign on, start up, and
log off groupings for making it world's second best working framework.
Moreover, general and technical support options from Microsoft keep users feel
satisfied when they use Windows-run devices. As official support and security
updates for Windows XP has already ended on April 8, 2014, users of the older
version may find it hard to have the right guidance and assistance for operating it
and solving a number of errors and problems associated with it. Read more at
2. How Windows 7 Does Connects to Desktop Remotely?
With the help of remote desktop feature, you are able to take control of other
computers. This makes you feel as if you are sitting in front of them. The case with
Windows 7 is quite different because you are not able to connect the remote
desktop with Windows 7 in an easy manner due to the security settings. You can
do it but for this, you have to follow some steps accurately
Permit Connection of remote desktop with firewall in Windows 7: The remote
desktop connection can be blocked in Windows 7 firewall by default. To make it
sure, you have to go to the control panel. You will see an Allow program option
and can click on it. In the public and private networks in Windows 7, remote
desktop is enabled. If you want to change options, you press button - Change
settings and after that change.
Permit users of remote desktop: It is important that the user name used for
connecting Microsoft Windows 7 is in the right access group. The fact is remote
desktop users work as per a group policy and permission and by default, remote
access group as well as local admin group has the right to connect the remote
You can find out more important Microsoft Support links on Windows XP and
Windows 7 by visiting www.windowshelp.support wherein you get tips and tricks
for troubleshooting basic issues to advanced level Windows problems.