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How To Launch The System Configuration Editor

The Windows System Configuration Editor from Windows 3.1 is still available in Windows 95 through Windows XP. For some reason Microsoft doesn't include a shortcut to launch it. This program is rather useful if you want to quickly edit some of your main system configuration files such as Autoexec.bat, Config.sys, Win.ini and System.ini all at once. When you launch the System Configuration Editor, all these system files will open up into individual separate windows for you to edit and save your changes. Therefore, this technical brief will show you how to launch the Windows System Configuration Editor.


Launching The System Configuration Editor

  1. Begin by first clicking on the Start Button.
  2. Then click on the Run Icon, which will open up the Run Menu for you.
  3. Locate the white area of the screen next to the word Open: in the Run Menu.
  4. Now type in the word Sysedit and click on the OK button at the bottom of the screen.
  5. This will Launch The Window's System Editor.

Note: This Technical Brief Will Work For All Operating Systems Including Windows XP.


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