Customize the appearance of Windows 7 Startmenu and Taskbar





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Uploaded on Feb 20, 2010

Learn how to change the appearance of the Windows 7 start menu and task bar to your preferred style.

Right click your taskbar/startmenu by right clicking it and pressing properties. You can lock your taskbar, auto hide your taskbar, display big or small shortcut icons on your taskbar, pick the location of your taskbar like top, bottom, left, and right, the look of your buttons for open applications, and turning on Aero peak or not.

You can edit which shortcuts you want to show up on your system tray like clock, volume, network, power, etc.

For the Startmenu. You can add or remove items from it. Make items a link or a menu Display a list of recenty used programs in the startmenu.

You can also can set what the power button does like shutdown, hibernate, sleep, restart, lock, or log off.

In the toolbars tab you can check which toolbars which you want to appear and which toolbars which you do not want to appear on your taskbar.

My post on this topic on my blog: http://johnsonyip.com/wordpress/2010/...

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