Gotta jump in here. Windows Explorer has gone downhill terribly from Windows 2000 on to today. I am away from home right now and I forget the exact names of all the document folders that are present by default on my Vista computer or the Windows 7 computer. I am currently on a Gateway MX3416 laptop running Windows XP Media Center Edition. Under Documents and Settings (which is confusing and just plain wrong to lump together) I have 6 saved document folders by default: I have 1) Administrator, 2) All Users, 3) Default User, 4) Owner, 5) Owner Gateway, 6) OWNER~1~GAT. I realize that some of these are manufacturer installed folders, but they still cannot be removed. When I attempt to delete any one of these, I get a message that "this is a system folder and cannot be deleted". I have also added one additional folder named "Saved Documents". I have several sub-folders under "Saved Documents" for pictures, downloaded applications, printed documents, etc. If I forget to go through the click, click, click, click necessary to save my material to this "saved documents" folder, windows just seems to randomly throw it to any one of the 6 default folders. This is with XP.......Vista even screwed things up from there and I do not see yet that Windows 7 has made significant improvement. Yes, 7 is an improvement over Vista in this, and most other areas, but not a significant improvement. I am looking for improvement in this area AND in the ability to remove the multiuser capability (which is HUGE bloatware for anyone who is the sole user of their computer) before I will be an enthusiastic supporter of any new OS. Radenight, don't you feel that now IS the time to make your preferences known? If we don't "scream and holler" about what we want and do NOT want in our ideal OS now, we will wind up with much less than would be possible. This is a beta release which means tell them what you like..........and even more importantly, what you don't like about it. Don't wait until the product goes on sale to the public to point out items that should have been "fixed". I realize that when I, and others, say, "I don't like this" or "This stinks", it sounds negative when it is really being productive because we must express our desires lest we just wind up with another Vista. I would certainly hope that some supervisor at Microsoft is reminding their techs at every meeting to not take negative comments personally because one purpose of a beta is to learn what people do NOT like about it.