How Do You Disable An Active Desktop Recovery?
Older versions of Windows are equipped with an Active Desktop, which allows a users to setup their desktop to function like website. Users are able to take things from the websites that are visited and place them on the desktop. They can also keep up-to-date with any changes to the websites. If the Active Desktop encounters an error, an Active Desktop Recovery error message displays. It is possible to configure the computer’s settings to disable it. Locate and click the “Start” button on the lower-left side of the screen. Select the “Control Panel” option from the Start menu. Find the “Display” icon and double-click it. Select the “Desktop” tab from the “Display Properties” window that appears. Click the “Customize Desktop” button. Select the “Web” tab and uncheck any boxes that are checked.