Windows XP Find the computer name

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To find the computer name in XP, you can do one of the following:

a) Right-click on My computer and choose Properties. In the new window that appears, you would see the computer name.
b) Open command prompt and type "hostname" without quotes. The prompt would display the computer name.

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