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The Recycle Bin icon in Windows 7/Vista may not change to show whether or not it is full or empty. It may be either stuck on the empty icon or the full icon, but the Recycle Bin icon updates correctly when you press the F5 button on the keyboard to refresh the Desktop manually.

The Templates section of TweakUI PowerToy for Windows XP helps you create or delete document templates (shown under the New menu.) This article tells you how to manage document templates using TweakUI PowerToy for Windows XP, under Windows Vista.
This article explains how to redirect the output of command line tools to the Windows Vista Clipboard.
After upgrading from Windows XP Home Edition to Windows Vista Home Premium, the machine is missing all of the choices in AutoPlay that deal with aspects of Windows Media Player. These two options are missing in the AutoPlay dialog:
In Windows Photo Gallery, when I select a photo to email and click the E-mail button on the toolbar, nothing happens. It does not open a email window, and does not proceed to select size option. I noticed that many atleast get to the size option before it stops, but I cannot even get an email window to open. Using the Default Programs applet, I tried setting all Windows Mail as the default program for mail, but that has not helped.
I am looking for the option to search for Pictures, music or video like we had in Windows XP. It appears that the option is removed in Windows Vista. How do I search for Pictures, music and videos?
When you attempt to open a .PDF file that came as a mail attachment in Windows Mail, the following error may occur:

Here is how to restore the default Windows Vista Sidebar Gadgets.

Here is a quick tip on how to copy the Command Prompt output to the clipboard.
The utility discussed in this article helps you unassociate a file type quickly in your Windows Vista computer. Windows Vista does not provide a GUI option to unassociate file types. That's the reason I wrote this simple tool.
When you right-click on the Desktop and click New, the Folder entry may be missing from the sub-menu.

Every time when you start a game (which is shipped with Windows Vista), the message Do you want to continue your saved game appears. Also, when you continue the saved game and complete it, the saved game is not deleted, thus resulting in the same message as above every time when you start the game.

When you right-click a file, click Send To, and then click Mail Recipient, the mail window may not open.
When you open Help and Support center in Windows Vista, one of the following problems may occur:
The Set as Desktop Background option does not appear in the context menu for BMP file types, but works fine with JPG type files. So, to set a BMP file as the Desktop background, I have to open the Personalize window, select Desktop Background, and then browse through the files to find the one I want again. I really don't want to go through all my bmp files and save them as jpg files to circumvent this problem. Is there a way to enable the Set as Desktop Background option in the context menu for BMP file types?
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