15 minutes? Why would this take you 15 minutes. Right click on an empty space in the taskbar, and left click on 'Properties'. In the Taskbar Properties box, just tick a few boxes, click OK, and you're done. That takes about a minute. As for unlocking the taskbar, that's gonna take a maximum time of 10 seconds, and takes about three clicks to accomplish. You can easily switch several toolbars on in about 30 seconds, and QuickLaunch is not needed when you can dock shortcuts to the left end of the taskbar anyway. The whole idea of 7 is to group icons. When you move your mouse over the icon for an application that has several documents open, a thumbnail preview appears displaying each of these said documents. Click the document you want and it is brought to the fore, as simple as that! And now I'm going to have a small shout at you. If you've been using 7, or even Vista, then you would know that the 'My' prefix has vanished from before 'Computer' and 'Documents', as well as 'Pictures', 'Videos' and 'Music'. Besides, getting the shortcuts for Computer and Documents onto the desktop is as easy as opening the Start menu, and dragging the shortcuts from there onto the desktop! Overall, the things you listed should take no more than 3 minutes. For 10 computers, this takes a meagre half an hour. You want a fullscreen shortcut for maximizing Windows? Try Win+Up. It maximizes a window if it's minimized. By 'profiles' I am guessing that you mean versions or editions of Windows 7? Well, unfortunately for you, Microsoft is never going to make an operating system especially for gaming. Nor is Windows ever going to have a version based specifically around multimedia. Why? Because Windows Ultimate can already do these things. Windows Server already exists, so you must have been living in a cardboard box for several years. Office is a suite you install separately, and lab technicians normally have their own bespoke system anyway. There's these things called keyboard shortcuts. Try looking into them.