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Every version of Windows has had the taskbar, and Windows 7 is no different. The taskbar had certain uses, but it wasn't ...
always useful enough. In Windows 7 all that has changed. The taskbar is bigger, sexier, and it provides functions that your old Windows taskbar could only dream of. The taskbar in Windows 7 is extremely useful and you have control over how it works.
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Hi this is Mike Callahan, Dr. File Finder and welcome to part six of our special butterscotch.com 10-part series on Windows 7. Now in this segment I’m going to take a quick look at that revise taskbar in Windows 7. Taskbars are part of the Windows since the very beginning, but in Windows 7 it added some functionality to it. You might notice it’s a little bit wider than your average taskbar. Also, it has the Aero Peek function that I tried to describe earlier. But my graphics card doesn’t cooperate so I decided to go to YouTube and show you what Aero Peek really looks like. And here what’s happening is there are couples of word documents open and by simply hovering your mouse over the word icon in the task bar. You can see a preview of the word document you have opened. So you can move back forth between or ten word documents open, it have 10 little thumb nails going across.
If you want to open this one, you click on it and you have that opened, so that’s the real functionality of Aero Peek. Now another new feature in windows taskbar is the ability to pin and unpin items from the taskbar. So I just unpin paint and now it’s gone. If I want to pin an item, we’ll say “no pat”. Not really, you want to write anything. But I can right click, say pin program to the taskbar and then even if I close the program, program stays in the taskbar. So this is a really handy feature if you’re working on a project and you need certain programs that you want to have in the taskbar all the time. You can just pin them there and they’ll stay even when you close them. Now, when you’re done with your project you can just go in and say, unpin and they’re gone.
Another new function of the Windows 7 taskbar is that you can add programs to the taskbar just by dragging and dropping. So I just added a sticky note in my taskbar and if I want I can unpin it because when you drag and drop an item on the taskbar it’s automatically pinned. So that I can unpin it and once again it’s gone. So the task bar now has a lot of functionality, gives you power to put things in there and have them stay, it’s been compared to the OS X doc because you could basically put all the programs you’d launch most often down here and launch them. But it also gives you great flexibility in changing the programs that are there. So this is the Windows 7 taskbar and that concludes part six.