1. You can't change your start-up sound with Windows 7I wanted to know that what exactly is the difference between WinXP and Win7?
Your post was not "un-approved". It was submitted for approval and I have approved it - Windows 7 Forums respects the rights of all contributors to free speech and express their opinions.I tried to list a number of things but the truth of what you can expect was deemed "un-approved" by the moderators. Maybe I should have just lied and said 7 is like a chocolate chip cookie full of sunshine.
Perhaps I misunderstood the private message that was sent to me from Adamsappleone...Your post was not "un-approved". It was submitted for approval and I have approved it - Windows 7 Forums respects the rights of all contributors to free speech and express their opinions.
There are in fact many differences which some like and some don't but in general the layout is roughly the same. Desktop, Start menu and Control Panel are all pretty much where you would expect them to be.Hi
I am new to Windows7 and have already used WinXP. I wanted to know that what exactly is the difference between WinXP and Win7?
How do we check SP on Win7?
IMHO, grouping doesn't offer any real advantage, all Windows 7 does is place a Divider between the groups and that's the only difference.Good news folk, I received another PM from Adamsappleonehttp://windows7forums.com/members/adamsappleone.html and he told me that...
I asked him how to show in groups like in XP, that is A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H... not A-H like in 7, and when he tells me I'll be sure and share it with the rest of you.
The only ridiculous thing here seems to be that someone can use a computer this long and not know this. Or that they didn't think to take 10 seconds to do a search with a search engine to find hundreds of different pages describing various methods. Instead blaming Windows because it can't read their mind (and if it could, they'd be complaining about privacy issues) to figure out exactly what they want.
It's just different, and so the failure here is that you have learned how to sort files in Windows XP, not how to sort files in pretty much any OS. So when presented with something that isn't exactly like Windows XP, you're at a loss.