One thing that I have found to be a nuisance in Win7 is the way it handles Messenger. In the
past messenger used to hide on the icon tray, and you could open it by double clicking on it.
Windows 7 has changed this and Messenger occupies a slot on your taskbar. Personally, I find
this uncomfortable. The solution, is to run Messenger in Vista compatibility mode. Find the
Messenger icon, right click it, and choose properties.
Choose the compatibility tab and select Windows Vista from the drop down box.
At this stage restart Messenger,and it will go back into hiding… :)
I love hi-tech toys,and I always said that it’s odd that there is no options
for my computer to sense whenever I “leave” it and lockup…Well now there is.
If you have a Bluetooth enable phone, then by using a piece of software from
Phoenix you can teach your computer to lock and unlock-handsfree…
I am not sure what is the exact sentiment that this ad is supposed to
stimulate but it made me smile…