So the one big thing that really bugs the heck outa me with Win7, is that it labels me as some malicous program. How would a computer think I'm being evil you may ask? Well go ahead and try and save an image from the internet by right clicking on it, and attempting to save it to a different partition then Win7. Not into saving pictures? Try and save any file you download off the internet onto another partition. Win7 calls you on it and says NO NO NO NO NO! Now I want to know how I can tell the computer to shut up and let me save files where I like. I already right clicked on the drive and I supposedly have all the right permisions but I can't do it anyway. So I'm stuck downloading the files and manually cuting and pasting them over. That problem is insignificant to my other quondery. I have an external hard drive, heck who doesn't these days; I often work off of it with documents etc. that I need to save constantly so incase of a crash, I haven't lost a lot of work. So upon plugging in my hard drive Windows goes through and tries to scan all 350ish gigs of stuff to try and make my life easier. Not wanting to sit through 5 minutes of scanning I turned Auto play off. But that's not what I am here to make a case for. Windows 7 will not let me save files when I open and modify them on the hard drive. My little notes.txt file I keep in the main root for well, making notes, will not let me save it if I add something to it. I have to drag it to the desktop, save it, then drag it back to the hard drive. So I have fixed this little program by right clicking on the hard drive and giving me all permisions. After waiting 5 minutes for it to scan the 350ish gigs of space to tell if I ACTUALLY have permision to edit MY OWN files, it let me save my little notes.txt file. I really don't want to have to do that for every external storage device I attach, so can someone tell me how I can fix this annoying deliema? And I would like a little comentary on why I have to go through such hassels to deal with using my own computer.