>On my WinME I just un/reinstalled my dial-up networking through
>add/remove programs and now I have a "Enter your Network Password" box
>at bootup and a "My Network Places" icon on my desktop. I don't know
>what I did to creat these and I do not need them. How can I remove
>Thanks in advance for any replies
Go to Control Panel | Network and remove "Client for Microsoft
Networks". That will remove the network logon prompt and the "My
Network Places" icon.
But it might also prevent Windows from saving the password for your
dial-up Internet connection. If that would be undesirable, don't
remove "Client for Microsoft Networks". Instead, go to Control Panel
| Network and change the primary network logon to Windows Logon. You
could then remove the icon using Tweak UI. Go to Control Panel and
double click the TweakUI icon. On the Desktop tab, un-check the "My
Network Places" box, click Apply, and exit with OK.
For information on how to download and install Tweak UI, see this
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