create shortcuts in Windows 7 to launch your programs, but did you know that you can start the taskbar programs using the Windows and number keys? If you didn’t, you should print the list of Windows 7 shortcuts.
If you want to add programs to the start menu in Windows 7, you should first know that the Start Menu is divided into two sections: The left pane is for the programs and search bar and the right one for system folders, personal folders and administrative tasks.
Want to remove all the programs listed in your context menu/open with? If so, here’s a handy trick that allows you to remove all “open with” programs.
Microsoft has released a patch to make Windows Vista and Windows 7 compatible with old games and programs. So, if you want to play old games or run old programs on Windows 7, you better download this. Diablo 1, Halo 2, HAWX, HL1, THPS4, Doom 3, Warcraft 3 here we come (all supported now)