If you want to hide folders in Windows 7, you can just select an option to hide. However, it is just as easily un-hidden by another simple click. If you would prefer a different method to hide files, follow these directions.
Windows 7 News and Support: All The Latest News, Tips, Opinions & Events As Windows 7 Prepares For Launch
Windows 7 formerly known as Blackcomb and then Vienna, is Microsoft's successor to Windows Vista. Will it dazzle us with a brilliant graphical front end? Give us greater peace of mind with enhanced security features? Deliver applications in a timely fashion? We shall have to wait and see. Until then lets take a look at all the latest Windows 7 news and reviews, beta versions and developments, to keep you up-to-date with what is the most eagerly anticipated Windows release ever, which will no doubt be interesting and frustrating in equal measure. 530beda0-d9e0-491c-9c6d-e5ee7169a75e 1.03.01 530beda0-d9e0-491c-9c6d-e5ee7169a75e 1.03.01
With the release of the Windows 8 Developer Preview, interested users have found that the future of Windows is very different, and the location of certain key features and native applications might be tricky to establish. Our gallery of Windows 8 screenshots will help you find your way around.
It’s time to take the Windows 7 quiz! If you have already taken the Windows quiz, now check out this Windows 7 quiz which includes a number of Windows 7 questions. Have fun!
Remember when Microsoft Windows looked like software for kids? No?! In that case you’re probably not old enough to remember the 1985 release of the first Microsoft mouse driven GUI for IBM PC compatibles. Over the years things have stayed pretty much the same…until you reach Windows 8, of course!
With Microsoft’s new operating system due in 2012, what better time to take a look at the amazing new user interface that has been introduced. Designed for desktops, laptops and tablets, Windows 8 looks set to redefine our perceptions.
There are a variety of ways that you can customize the Windows 7 taskbar, Start menu and desktop, and we’ve got screenshots and info to show you how.
Windows 7 has a number of buried configuration menus which take a couple of extra clicks to reach. Learn how to access them in this guide.