Win 7 needs


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Metspitzer

Win 7 needs an icon that lets you half screen any program. It also
needs an icon to keep any program on top. It also needs an icon that
will allow a video player to display minimum view.
 
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BillW50

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Bruce said:
You do realize that no one from Microsoft will ever see this post?
Do you believe if Microsoft did, they would then care? And are you
implying that nobody at Microsoft knows how to use Google or Bing
search?
 
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Gene E. Bloch

Do you believe if Microsoft did, they would then care? And are you implying
that nobody at Microsoft knows how to use Google or Bing search?
Are they searching for "Win 7 needs", or for "Metspitzer"?
 
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Char Jackson

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Do you believe if Microsoft did, they would then care? And are you
implying that nobody at Microsoft knows how to use Google or Bing
search?
Are you implying that someone from Microsoft uses a search engine to
find random bits of product feedback? (Hint: No)
 
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Stan Brown

Are you implying that someone from Microsoft uses a search engine to
find random bits of product feedback? (Hint: No)
It's okay: when he uses Ctrl-H, it automatically sends feedback to
the CEO of Microsoft.
 
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Stan Brown

Win 7 needs an icon that lets you half screen any program.
You're entitled to your opinion. But you can just hit the Windows
key plus the left or right arrow and get that result now.
It also needs an icon to keep any program on top.
Right, because then you will miss popup alerts, like your laptop
battery is low and you need to plug in or risk losing your data.
It also needs an icon that
will allow a video player to display minimum view.
Why should that be a Windows issue? It sounds like an issue of your
chosen video player. (If my "minimum view" you really mean minimize
to taskbar, press Alt+space, then n.)

What Windows does *not* need is more icons. Our desktops are
cluttered enough already, though Windows 7 at least makes it easier
to remove some of the clutter.
 
C

Char Jackson

It's okay: when he uses Ctrl-H, it automatically sends feedback to
the CEO of Microsoft.
Hmm, Ctrl-H is more valuable than I thought. :)
 
G

Gordon

Even easier, is to double left click at the very top of a window. Double
click to return to full screen.
Thanks for that tip - the only difference seems to be that that makes
the app in a half screen in the middle of my screen, so you still need
to move it if you want two windows side by side, whereas Snap will use
the left or right half of the screen automatically.
 
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Bod

Thanks for that tip - the only difference seems to be that that makes
the app in a half screen in the middle of my screen, so you still need
to move it if you want two windows side by side, whereas Snap will use
the left or right half of the screen automatically.
You're welcome..... and I agree.
 
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