Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Windows 7's new task bar can hold shortcuts to any

Win 7 Practical Tips: Easy Win XP(4)

We have collect a few tips of Win 7 recently and we'd like to share it with all of you and hope it can help you.

1. Right-click to complete all the operations
At first glance, the Windows has striking similarities with Vista. However, there is a simple difference between Windows 7 and Vista, that is, you just need to right-click and any operation can be completed right away.
Right-click the blank section of desktop in Windows 7, you will find an solution to set up your menu screen without to visit the desktop settings individually.
Right-click the Explorer icon on the taskbar for quick access to common system folders: Documents, pictures, Windows folders and so on.
If you do not continue to use IE browser, you simply right-click the IE icon on the taskbar and select "remove this icon from the taskbar" button, and then you can install the Firefox browser to replace IE.
2.The desktop slides
Windows 7 has many exciting new wallpaper, so it's difficult for you to decide which one to use, then why not use the desktop slide function? Right-click a blank spot on the desktop, select personalize, desktop background, then select your favorite images while holding down the Ctrl key. Then choose the transformation period of the picture you want, select the Shuffle to makes the pictures shows randomly. Since then, you have complete to setting the desktop slide function.
3.RSS Wallpapers
If the standard wallpaper are not enough to make slide, you can create a theme and select the wallpaper from the RSS. At present, Windows 7's  beta version does not support this feature, but the official spokesman of  Microsoft has confirmed this feature.
4.Restore the screen space
As a large Quick Launch toolbar, Windows 7's new task bar can hold shortcuts to any program (just right click, select and fixed it to the taskbar.). This feature will save a lot of space for our desktop.

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