Will you buy Window 7 without Toolbars? Please donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t remain silent about the Toolbar issue. I for one will state right now, that I WILL NOT upgrade to Windows 7 if I donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t have all my toolbars. It wonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t happen! Windows 7 combining of the Task Bar and Quick Launch barely affects me. I do use Quick Launch because it is the PERFECT spot for the Ã¢â‚¬Å“Show DesktopÃ¢â‚¬Â button and I hate how show desktop is now on the right side of my screen. However, I am much more concerned with the thought of losing the 14 toolbars that I use at all times, not to mention the 10 others that I use occasionally? I use 3-10 toolbars on each side of my monitor and depending on my mood, or what I am doing, I expand one toolbar and shrink another. With this system I am rarely more than 1 click away from every file or program that I use regularly on my system. I may have to click twice or thrice, to get to the other places that I rarely or never visit, but it is much faster than using that useless Windows Start Button. The only time I use Windows Start is to Restart, Shutdown, or the occasional Run Command. Now why would I give all of this up for a single overly crowded Taskbar? I have attached a jpg to show what my desktop looks like. What does everyone else think, or am I the only one who feels that toolbars are invaluable? Did I mention that I would not give up my toolbars?