Libraries were first introduced in Windows 7 and the feature has been carried forward to Windows 8 and Windows 10. Libraries provide you a consolidated or aggregated view of related files in one place.Read more
The Photos screensaver that comes in-built in Windows Vista and higher, can be used as the logon screensaver as well. The logon screensaver kicks off after the specified wait time in the logon screen when no user is logged on. There are instructions all over the web on how to apply the screensaver settings to the logon desktop in Windows 2000 and XP systems. The steps meant for Windows XP don’t work in the latest Operating Systems, and if you apply those steps for Windows Vista/7 and higher, all you get is a blank screen in the logon desktop after the wait time.
For Windows Vista and higher, implementation of the logon screensaver setting is slightly different. This post guides you through the process.Read more
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 navigation pane in Windows 7 lists Libraries as a separate category by default, as in the picture below:
In some systems, Libraries may be listed under Desktop, and users may be wondering why it’s listed so all of a sudden, or think it may be due to inadvertent dragging of Desktop icon over Libraries or vice-versa. It’s not so. There is a simple (but overlooked) setting for the navigation pane where in you can choose to show all folders or not.
When you start your computer, the user accounts listing in the Welcome Screen may show up with an empty frame. Result would be the same if you open the User Accounts window in the Control Panel. Also, the user accounts icon may be missing in the Start menu.