How do I start msconfig?

How do I start msconfig?

The Run window offers one of the fastest ways to open the System Configuration tool. Simultaneously press the Windows + R keys on your keyboard to launch it, type “msconfig”, and then press Enter or click/tap on OK. The System Configuration tool should open immediately.

How do I open msconfig in BIOS?

Press Windows + R keys on the keyboard, type msconfig in the text box and hit Enter key on the keyboard. Click on the boot tab on the msconfig menu. Select the Operating System which you want to set as default by clicking on Set as default button. Click on Apply and close the msconfig window.

Does Windows 2000 support 64 bit?

All current versions of Windows 2000 and Windows NT are 32-bit OSs (although Microsoft has made some enhancements to let Win2K and NT access more than 4GB of memory when used with an Intel Xeon processor, providing access to 64GB of memory).

Why is msconfig not working?

The “msconfig stopped responding” error may be due to a dirty file system, virus infection, corrupt windows files, or insufficient access rights to run the msconfig utility (administrator access rights are required).

How do I run msconfig on Windows 10?

Method 1 – Use the Run command Use the keyboard shortcut “Windows Key + R” and the “Run” window will open. In the text box, write “msconfig” and press Enter or OK and the MsConfig window will open. You can also open the Run window from the shortcuts menu in the bottom left corner.

How do I run msconfig from Command Prompt?

Method 1 – Use the Run command Just like you did in previous versions on Windows, opening MsConfig can be done with the “Run” command. Use the keyboard shortcut “Windows Key + R” and the “Run” window will open. In the text box, write “msconfig” and press Enter or OK and the MsConfig window will open.

Was Windows 2000 the best?

Runner-up: Windows 2000. Sixteen percent of survey respondents named Windows 2000 as the best version of the OS ever. Doesn’t surprise me: It was the first one that combined a familiar interface–namely one almost identical to Windows 95–with the robust technical underpinnings of Windows NT.

How do I fix msconfig?

  1. Press “Ctrl-Alt-Del” and then select the “Power” button on the bottom right.
  2. Select “Troubleshoot” from the Startup Options menu and then click “Advanced Options.”
  3. Click “System Restore” and then follow the on-screen instructions to choose your operating system and administrator account.