Pinning applications to the Start menu or Taskbar is a great way to access them quickly, especially the ones which you use frequently. However the Pin to.. option isn’t available for Windows Update and perhaps for some other special executables in Windows. To Pin Windows Update icon to the Start menu/Taskbar in Windows 7, here are some neat tricks:
The Libraries, Homegroup and Favorites section in the Windows Explorer navigation pane prove very useful for most users. However, if you don’t wish to use those options and want to have a barebones navigation pane, here are some customizations for you.
I’ve put together a set of REG files (See section Registry Fix) for you to automate the task, so you don’t have to perform the manual steps below. If you prefer editing them manually if you’re good in registry, then use these steps:
When you open the AutoPlay settings dialog, some or all of the default AutoPlay entries or handlers that come with Windows 7 may be missing.