Updates for Windows® XP in Toshiba® Tecra A11
How could you check for updates in Windows XP for Toshiba Tecra A11 system?
Toshiba Tecra A11 laptop offers good looking, good quality, good performance, and better reliability. This laptop is powered with Intel Core i7-620M processor.It is available with Windows XP Professional 32 bit Operating system. The NVIDIA NVS 2100M graphics card provides the power for the graphics related functions including gaming applications. It uses 4GB DDR3 memory with 1066MHz speed. It provides minimum of 320 GB Hard disk storage capacity with 7200rpm. It has 15.6-inch HD+ TFT LED Backlit display widescreen with a screen resolution of 1600 x 900. Update process adds new features to your Operating system. Windows XP Operating system uses built-in Windows Update tool in order to check for updates for Windows XP. After opening the Windows Updates window, you would see the 'Check for Updates' button.
Some guidelines and things to be kept in mind while updating Windows XP in Toshiba Tecra A11 laptop are:
- Turn on 'Automatic updates'
- Turn off power management
- Delete temporary files
Turn on 'Automatic updates'
If you turn on 'Automatic updates' then Windows automatically perform search for the updates for your Windows XP operating system in Toshiba Tecra A11 laptop. In order to turn on 'Automatic Updates' you need to open 'Control Panel' and select 'System' option. It would display the 'System Properties' window. Here you could see the 'Automatic Update' tab. By selecting the 'Turn on Automatic Updates' option, you could get the updates for your Windows XP Operating system automatically.
Turn off power management
In order to prevent any power interruption during the updates process, you need to turn off power management. Otherwise, you might suffer from unexpected result. In order to turn off power management, open the 'Control Panel' and open 'Power' option 'Properties' window. After opening the 'Power Scheme' tab, you need to set the 'Turn off monitor' and 'Turn off hard disks and System standby' to 'Never'.
By removing temporary files, you could update your Windows XP simply and easily. To delete these temporary files, after selecting the 'Start' button, you need to point to the 'Accessories' and then to 'System Tools'. It gives an option 'Disk Cleanup'. In order to delete the temporary file you need to select the 'Temporary Internet Files', 'Recycle Bin', and 'Temporary Files' check boxes and press 'Ok' button.