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JumpLaunch turns your Quick Launch folder into a Windows 7 Jump List

Plenty of people were thrown off by the Quick Launch toolbar's disappearance from Windows 7. It hadn't actually disappeared, per se - it's just hiding where you're not likely to notice it. You can handle this a couple of different ways. The Superbar still supports toolbars, so you can right click it, choose toolbars -> new toolbar and paste "\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick launch" in the...

Vista Countdown: 6 Days - Tips and 20 Qs

I wasn't planning on doing a countdown to Windows Vista until yesterday, and though there are piles of articles out there I could link to about Vista's failings, it seems unfair to focus on that for the week leading up to its release. Maybe I'll alternate days. Today I bring some tips and info for those who are all jazzed for Redmond's new baby. First a tip from the How-To Geek on the Built-in Qui...

True Launch Bar - Today's Mod

Do you have a tricked-out quick launch bar on your taskbar? The quick launch bar has its benefits and drawbacks, but it can certainly make it easier to launch your most often-used applications with the click of a mouse. Although I still prefer the speed of a text-based launcher, there are days when I want to do everything with my mouse and for that I like having a nicely organized quick launch too...

Start menu quick launch tip

Lifehacker has a great tip on launching your most-used programs really quickly. It relies on the little-known (well, I didn't know it, at least) fact that when the Windows Start menu is open, pressing a letter on your keyboard will launch the first "pinned" shortcut that begins with that letter. Armed with this knowledge, you can prefix the names of shortcuts pinned to your XP Start menu with uniq...

Auto-launch your USB workspace

Do you carry all of your essential apps with you on a keychain USB drive? Wouldn't it be nice if you could pop your drive into a USB port and launch all of those apps with the click of a button? Lucky for you, Lifehacker is running a great tutorial called Quicklaunch your USB workspace. It's a quick and easy guide that will show you how to set up Autorun and a batch file on your flash drive to mak...