Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Haja Peer Mohamed H

Whats New In Windows 7 Part 3

How To Approach Windows 7?

The best approach is to start by throwing away preconceptions from earlier Windows versions and approach the new OS with an open mind. That's the best way to decide whether to incorporate Windows 7 into your home or business PCs. In this gallery, I highlight some features you'll want to pay special attention to.  Continuved From - Whats New In Windows 7 [Part 1] and Whats New In Windows 7 [Part2]

A Closer Look At Previews And Jump Lists:

The thumbnail previews (top) are not just static snapshots. They’re live displays, and in fact you can watch a high-def movie play in the thumbnail. Jump lists (bottom) appear when you right-click a taskbar button. They include pinned locations or documents, recently used items, and (as in the Media Player example on the right) common tasks.

Cleaning Up The System Tray:
By default, Windows 7 hides new icons in the Notification area along the right side of the taskbar (aka the system tray), showing only a few crucial system icons. The rest are in a corral accessible by clicking an up arrow next to the leftmost tray icon. If you want an icon always visible, you can drag it from the corral to the tray directly, or use this dialog box to manage all available icons.

Build Your Own Theme:
The RC build of Windows 7 includes the seven Aero themes shown here. You can build your own easily, by mixing the four items from the bottom of the dialog box and then clicking the Save Theme link. The support for multiple desktop backgrounds (changing at timed intervals) lets you build a personalized theme using favorite photos.

Related Links:

Haja Peer Mohamed H

About Haja Peer Mohamed H -

Haja Peer Mohamed H, Software Engineer by profession, Author, Founder and CEO of "bench3" you can connect with me on Twitter , Facebook and also onGoogle+

Subscribe to this Blog via Email :