Is Windows Vista the Next Windows ME?Commented on: 8 years ago
(March 7, 2008)
I agree that Vista is only getting what all now windows versions get right at the start. I have been using Vista on Laptops and Desktops for well over a year. The upgrades have to be some new...
Easier Access to Handy ToolsCommented on: 9 years ago
(July 19, 2007)
Quit clicking and cluttering up your quick launch. Just use the "flying windows key" and E key combination to launch Windows Explorer with the computer drives view. Works with all active windows open...
Is Office 2007 Trickier for Users than Originally Expected?Commented on: 9 years ago
(January 25, 2007)
The ribbon is too fat I lost over three rows of Excel spreadsheet visibility and several lines of text in Word. My work is done in the documents not by the icons. Screen real estate is my biggest...
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