xtalentx wrote:I sacrifice a chicken in Balmer's honor.
Shouldn't Windows 7's "SSD awareness" take care of that?Ari Atari wrote:like superfetch (have an SSD)
Flying Fox wrote:Shouldn't Windows 7's "SSD awareness" take care of that?Ari Atari wrote:like superfetch (have an SSD)
Krogoth wrote:Care to enlightenment me?
Flying Fox wrote:Shouldn't Windows 7's "SSD awareness" take care of that?
Dirge wrote:On Windows 7 I do the following:
Pin notepad to the taskbar. Its amazing how often I want to cut and paste something in there, especially to strip text of its formatting.
Select which icons and notifications appear in the notification area of the taskbar. Its a pain how some of the programs I use such as Gmail Notifier become hidden.
Change the Windows Explorer icon on the task bar to open my data drive D:\
derFunkenstein wrote:If you don't know why MS hides icons and notifications, you should take a while to leave it at default. In reality, Windows only hiding icons that haven't given any alerts lately.
mikeymike wrote:Everything on my systray is what I want to see.
axeman wrote: Change IE settings so that the taskbar lists each open IE window, not each open tab as a separate instance (this I also find dumb).
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