Category: Monitor and Video Cards
Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: Unknown
Operating System: Windows OS
Latest Version / Release Date: Unknown / Unkown
The XPS MiniView is a display window that is used by Microsoft Corporation on their Windows operating system that most commonly runs on Dell computers. This is a small LCD screen measuring around 2‚Äö√Ñ√π by 3‚Äö√Ñ√π and it is integrated at the top of the chassis. This display can be able to support a resolution of 320 x 240 dpi. Among its many uses is like displaying calendar information as well as system details plus being able to navigate across digital music and photographs. The MiniView can be compatible with the SideShow from Microsoft Corporation and can as well be supported by Gadgets that are rated as third-party. In this manner, users are able to customize displays for different information such as RSS feeds, stock tickers, news and many more. The device may be confused to be a bug but it is a feature when it pops up on the screen.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The XPS MiniView is a device that is connected to the computer through an internal USB port on the computers motherboard. In this manner, the device may be regarded as a removable hardware and there may be occasional pop-ups instructing the users to safely remove removable hardware option. There are other instances when the pop-up is persistent even after selecting to remove the hardware. This option may be for other devices such as card readers. The XPS MiniView will run in certain conditions well as opposed to others. For instance, a Dell computer with certain specifications such as a dual core processor 2.4 GHz Quad 6600, a 2GB memory, two hard disk devices of 320 GB each, optical drivers like 2x DVD¬¨¬±RW/Blu-Ray writers operating on a Windows Vista would be quite suitable with this device. The driver for this device is available as it may have been preinstalled in the system at time of purchase. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and XPS MiniView errors before installing any driver updates.