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On 2 identical computers, one is normal on the other one, when you open a window, say C: its ok, when you close the same window, it closes in cascades of say 2 inches wide from top to bottom, like if you erased itthe window with an erase....I ran Northon System pro 2000, all is OK. It is very annoying. Any idea to correct this ??? Jacques
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Very simple. Right click display properties and in the effects tab, disable animate windows,,menus etc.This will remove any animations, including menus and windows. For more customisation, download some tweaking tools. (in softseek.com or cnet.com search for tweak).
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