Windows Vista

Windows Vista

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One of the more useful modifications: Context-responsive search windows come out everywhere in Vista. The Start menu, which in many ways seems much like its equivalent in XP (and can be rearranged to look like the old Windows 95/98 Start menu), offers a small search field at the base. Click the pointer at All Programs, and the left pane shows your programs. You will also come across search fields situated to the right of the Address bar in Windows Explorer. (more…)

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