Windows 7 tips and tricks
There are many differences between Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP. There are many features in Windows 7 that are not enabled by default unlike in Windows Vista. This article attempts to address this issue and provide information to help users get the most out of Windows 7.
One feature of Windows 7 that a user may miss if it is not turned on is the Aero Glass Transparency effect. This offers interface effects such as translucent glass design and other visual experiences. It can be enabled by following these steps:
First, check that the Windows Experience Index has been calculated and calculated.
Next, type Aero in the Start Search box, then click search and fix the problem with transparency and other visual effects. If it doesn’t appear, try searching the control panel for Aero-related items. Lastly, click ‘next’ in the Aero Wizard dialog that will appear.
Another helpful tip is knowing how to open the trouble step logger. To do this, go to the troubleshooting area in the control panel and run it or search for psr.exe in the start menu.
Another useful tip is to know that a user can dual boot Windows 7, so that they can keep their Windows XP or Vista configured or they can use it by configuring a virtual version. It can be configured in about 20 minutes with VMware Workstation.
Here is a trick for users who want to resize desktop icons. This is done by pressing once on the icon and then holding down the Ctrl key, after which use the mouse scroll wheel to adjust the size of the icon, click on the desktop and refresh.
If you are having trouble starting because the Windows boot manager is corrupted. Start by using the DVD that you used to install the software and then after viewing the License Agreement, choose the ‘repair’ option.
These are just some of the useful data that can help you find your feet with a new version of software. I hope you have found it useful.