Here's a cool tip for those of
you who love using your Quick Launch toolbar. Rather than
clicking on the shortcut icons in your Quick Launch toolbar,
try this: Hold down the Windows key and then press the
shortcut number. This works for the first 10 shortcuts. For
example, to start the third item in the quick launch
shortcut press and hold down the Windows Key + 3.
Add "Move to" and "Copy to" To
Your Windows Vista Right-click Menu
Those of you who have installed Windows
Vista have probably noticed that the right-click menu is
quite different than it was on previous versions of
Windows. One of the features we like the most, the "Move
to" and "Copy to" menu items don't appear in Windows
Vista's right-click menu when you right click a file.
If you've ever wanted to
move a file from, let's say, Drive C to a folder on
Drive E, you can open up two Windows Explorer windows
and drag and drop the item, but this is a lot of
unnecessary rigmarole, we think. Wouldn't it just have
been easier for the Windows Vista brain trust to have
put "Copy to" "Move to" selections on the right-click
menu? Indeed. But, they didn't.
But, all of you who've
learned that easier is most often better, will love this
on this link, choose "Save" or "Save target as" and
save it to your desktop. Unzip the file to a folder and
right-click on one of the two files inside the zip and
choose "Merge". You'll get a warning, that you're about
to enter information into the registry. You can either
trust us and allow the registry info to be entered and
then you'll have "Move to"
or "Copy to" items on your right-click menu
depending on which file you chose. After you're done
with the first file, do the same with the second file.
After you've finished you'll have "Copy to" and "Move
to" displayed on your right-click menu whenever you
right-click on a file. It makes it easy to move files
from one location or another. You can copy or move
multiple files by holding down the CTRL key while you
select each file you want to move, when all files you
want to move or copy to another location are
highlighted, right-click one of the selected files and
choose "Copy to" or "Move to" from the right-click menu.
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Navigate By Typing
One of the coolest
features of Windows Vista is the ability to use the
"Search" form at the bottom of the start menu to open a
program. For instance, normally, to get to "System
Restore" you'd have to go through the Start
Menu/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore to open
System Restore. Digiknow, in Windows Vista, all you have
to do is click the Windows button (formerly known as the
Start button) and type System Restore in the Search Box
and press Enter. That's it. Quicker than you can say
"Bill Gates" System Restore opens up. Ok. We'll maybe
not that quick because you still have to deal with the
UAC Warning asking if you want to open System Restore.
But, it's a lot faster than navigating the Start Menu.
It works with lots of other
things too. Try Control Panel, People Near Me, Computer,
and see what happens. Pretty cool, we think.