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Microsoft puts a watermark (link) at the upper right corner of every window in their new generation operating system Windows 7 Beta, that says “Send Feedback”. If you want to send feedback to Microsoft about the new operating system, you can also send feedback by clicking the “Send Feedback” button that Windows 7 automatically installs on your desktop, or you can just type “feedback” into the Windows search box.
If “Send Feedback” link at the title read more
Written by Tony on March 8th, 2009 with no comments.
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One interesting feature of Microsoft’s new generation operating system Windows 7 is the Desktop Preview which allows users to temporarily minimize open windows by hovering the mouse on the far-end of the taskbar. This Desktop Preview feature allows them to take a sneak-preview of the desktop without forcefully minimizing all open windows.
Some users might find this Windows 7 feature annoying as most old-school users would still prefer to fully switch to Desktop instead of just taking a read more
Written by Tony on February 4th, 2009 with no comments.
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Windows 7 is the successor to Windows Vista, an OS release that promises to fix most of the major annoyances in Windows Vista with some new features like Aero shake,Desktop Sideshow etc.UAC (User Account Control) in Windows 7 has been streamlined, enhanced and optimized to give Windows 7 user better experience when using the operating system while protecting the security of the system.
The command line option can also be used in batch script command file, i.e. .bat and .cmd files, providing read more
Written by Tony on January 6th, 2009 with no comments.
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The user interface of User Account Control (UAC) settings in Windows 7 has changed to reflect the move to make UAC(User Account Control) less annoying. In Windows 7, the UAC has a slider bar which allows users to configure and select which level of notification (and hence protection against unauthorized and malicious access) they want. With the fine-tuning of UAC, the wording ‘disable’ or ‘turn off’ is no longer available. So how can disable UAC safely in Microsoft’s new read more
Written by Tony on January 6th, 2009 with 3 comments.
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