Tags » Taskbar

Windows 7 Taskbar Issue, Resolved!

Windows 7 is without a doubt probably my favorite operating system out there. One big reason for this “love” for Windows 7 is its taskbar. Also known as the “superbar.” The superbar is very useful when multitasking and switching between applications. 135 more words

Quick Posts

The Snipping Tool in Windows

If you haven’t discovered the Windows Snipping Tool then this may rock your world.

  • The Snipping Tool comes with Windows Vista/7/8.
  • The Snipping Tool is for screen capture, and more.
  • 193 more words
I Couldn't Resist

How to customize the default user Start Menu and Taskbar in Windows 7

A common desire in managed IT environments is to customize the default user Start Menu and Taskbar configurations in order to simplify life for users. Pinning Microsoft Office shortcuts to the Start Menu, removing the seemingly random list of applications that Windows places into the Start Menu, and removing non-business-oriented items such as Music might be commonly desired. 1,027 more words

Default User Profile

Windows Must

One program I always install on my Windows boxes is 7+ Taskbar Tweaker

http://rammichael.com/7-taskbar-tweaker

My most used feature is double click the taskbar to go to the desktop. 

AppSense - Pin items to taskbar

Here is a logon script to execute when users first logon. I have used this in AppSense, but there is no reason why it should work elsewhere. 143 more words

AppSense

gnu screen status bar tweaks

Working on Linux console under Cygwin and Windows I find gnu screen very useful.

To improve its UI experience I was looking for some gnu-screen status bar set up. 88 more words