Tag Archives: Windows 7

Using Windows 7 Jump Lists

Jump Lists are a feature exclusive to Windows 7. Jump Lists are handy because they show recently used files for an application or tasks related to that application, and let you access them quickly. Jump Lists can be accessed by right-clicking on an application’s icon in the Windows 7 task bar. There’s another way to access… Read More »

Jump Lists in Windows 7

Jump Lists are a feature in Windows 7 that shows you recently accessed files for a particular application or recent tasks related to an application. Most commonly, Jump Lists are accessed by right clicking an application icon in Windows 7 taskbar. But Jump Lists can also be accessed by left clicking an application icon and… Read More »

Orphaned registry keys: What they are and what to do about them

Cynthia asks about orphaned registry keys I’m sure it was in one of my Info Ave. Premium newsletters that you explained how to remove program keys from the registry for programs that have been uninstalled. I did it several times, a long time ago. And now I can’t find the instructions. I looked thru my… Read More »