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12:33 09/05/2009


El ingeniero Tim Sneath que participa en el desarrollo de Windows 7 y que promete
importantes cosas para RTM. Dejo una gran lista de tips y secretos para Windows 7 y alienta a todos los beta testers a probarlos. Como bien dice en su blog, esta lista son de esas cosas que son tan pequeñas para aparecer en cualquier documento de marketing como “caracteristicas” o features.

1 – Por ejemplo, con la tecla Windows+P nos presenta una serie de opciones a ser utilizadas con proyectores.

2 – Atajos y acciones con el teclado

What you might not know is that all these actions are also available with keyboard shortcuts:

  • Win+Left Arrow and Win+Right Arrow dock;
  • Win+Up Arrow and Win+Down Arrow maximizes and restores / minimizes;
  • Win+Shift+Up Arrow and Win+Shift+Down Arrow maximizes and restores the vertical size.

3 C:\Windows\Globalization\MCT (desktop wallpaper)

4 Ejecutar desde run "psr.exe"; you can also search for it from Control Panel

5 first five icons by pressing Win+1, Win+2, Win+3 etc. I love that I can quickly fire up a Notepad2 instance on my machine with a simple Win+5 keystroke, for instance.

6 Installing from a USB Memory Stick. My wife has a Samsung NC10 netbook (very nice machine, by the way), and we wanted to install Windows 7 Beta on this machine to replace the pre-installed Windows XP environment. Like most netbook-class devices, this machine has no built-in media drive, and nor did I have an external USB DVD drive available to boot off. The solution: I took a spare 4GB USB 2.0 thumbdrive, reformatted it as FAT32, and simply copied the contents of the Windows 7 Beta ISO image to the memory stick using xcopy e:\ f:\ /e /f (where e: was the DVD drive and f: was the removable drive location). Not only was it easy to boot and install from the thumbdrive, it was also blindingly fast: quicker than the corresponding DVD install on my desktop machine.

7 I Want My Quick Launch Toolbar Back! You might have noticed that the old faithful Quick Launch toolbar is not only disabled by default in Windows 7, it’s actually missing from the list of toolbars. As is probably obvious, the concept of having a set of pinned shortcut icons is now integrated directly into the new taskbar. Based on early user interface testing, we think that the vast majority of users out there (i.e. not the kind of folk who read this blog, with the exception of my mother) will be quite happy with the new model, but if you’re after the retro behavior, you’ll be pleased to know that the old shortcuts are all still there. To re-enable it, do the following:

  • Right-click the taskbar, choose Toolbars / New Toolbar
  • In the folder selection dialog, enter the following string and hit OK:
    %userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch
  • Turn off the “lock the taskbar” setting, and right-click on the divider. Make sure that “Show text” and “Show title” are disabled and the view is set to “small icons”.
  • Use the dividers to rearrange the toolbar ordering to choice, and then lock the taskbar again.

8 – Trucos Destacados Ocultos

  1. Peeking at the Desktop. While we’re on the taskbar, it’s worth noting a few subtleties. You’ve probably seen the small rectangle in the bottom right hand corner: this is the feature we call “Aero Peek”, which enables you to see any gadgets or icons you’ve got on your desktop. I wanted to note that there’s a keyboard shortcut that does the same thing – just press Win+Space.
  1. Running with Elevated Rights. Want to quickly launch a taskbar-docked application as an administrator? It’s easy – hold down Ctrl+Shift while you click on the icon, and you’ll immediately launch it with full administrative rights (assuming your account has the necessary permissions, of course!)
  1. One More of the Same, Please. I’ve seen a few folk caught out by this one. If you’ve already got an application open on your desktop (for example, a command prompt window), and you want to open a second instance of the same application, you don’t have to go back to the start menu. You can simply hold down the Shift key while clicking on the taskbar icon, and it will open a new instance of the application rather than switching to the existing application. For a keyboard-free shortcut, you can middle-click with the third mouse button to do the same thing. (This trick assumes that your application supports multiple running instances, naturally.)
  1. Specialized Windows Switching. Another feature that power users will love is the ability to do a kind of “Alt+Tab” switching across windows that belong to just one application. For example, if you’ve got five Outlook message windows open along with ten other windows, you can quickly tab through just the Outlook windows by holding down the Ctrl key while you repeatedly click on the single Outlook icon. This will toggle through each of the five Outlook windows in order, and is way faster than opening Alt+Tab and trying to figure out which of the tiny thumbnail images relates to the specific message you’re trying to find.
  1. Walking Through the Taskbar. Another “secret” Windows shortcut: press Win+T to move the focus to the taskbar. Once you’re there, you can use the arrow keys to select a particular window or group and then hit Enter to launch or activate it. As ever, you can cancel out of this mode by hitting the Esc key. I don’t know for sure, but I presume this shortcut was introduced for those with accessibility needs. However, it’s equally valuable to power users – another good reason for all developers to care about ensuring their code is accessible.
  1. The Widescreen Tip. Almost every display sold these days is widescreen, whether you’re buying a notebook computer or a monitor. While it might be great for watching DVDs, when you’re trying to get work done it can sometimes feel like you’re a little squeezed for vertical space.

    As a result, the first thing I do when I set up any new computer is to dock the taskbar to the left hand side of the screen. I can understand why we don’t set this by default – can you imagine the complaints from enterprise IT departments who have to retrain all their staff – but there’s no reason why you as a power user should have to suffer from default settings introduced when the average screen resolution was 800x600.

    In the past, Windows did an indifferent job of supporting “side dockers” like myself. Sure, you could move the taskbar, but it felt like an afterthought – the gradients would be wrong, the Start menu had a few idiosyncrasies, and you’d feel like something of a second-class citizen. The Windows 7 taskbar feels almost as if it was designed with vertical mode as the default – the icons work well on the side of the screen, shortcuts like the Win+T trick mentioned previously automatically switch from left/right arrows to up/down arrows, and so on. The net effect is that you wind up with a much better proportioned working space.

    Try it – in particular, if you’ve got a netbook computer that has a 1024x600 display, you’ll immediately appreciate the extra space for browsing the Internet. For the first day you’ll feel a little out of sync, but then I guarantee you’ll become an enthusiastic convert!

  1. Pin Your Favorite Folders. If you’re always working in the same four or five folders, you can quickly pin them with the Explorer icon on the taskbar. Hold the right-click button down and drag the folder to the taskbar, and it will be automatically pinned in the Explorer Jump List.
  1. Starting Explorer from “My Computer”. If you spend more time manipulating files outside of the documents folders than inside, you might want to change the default starting directory for Windows Explorer so that it opens at the Computer node:
  2. To do this, navigate to Windows Explorer in the Start Menu (it’s in the Accessories folder). Then edit the properties and change the target to read:
    %SystemRoot%\explorer.exe /root,::{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}

Más tarde sigo agregando algunos más…. hay tambien un huevo pascua… "Que nostalgico con esto jajaja"

Gracias, un abrazo
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15:30 09/05/2009



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15:38 09/05/2009


Te dejo algo mas de data que había armado en otro thread pero no se leyó demasiado.….atajos+windows

Manejando Ventanas:
1. [Win + M] – minimizar todas las ventanas abiertas
2. [Win + Mayús + M] – deshacer todo minimizar ventana
3. [Win + D]: – Alternar mostrando el escritorio
4. [Windows + arriba] – maximizar ventana
5. [Windows + abajo] – minimizar ventanas / restaurar
6. [Windows + izquierda] – ventana de base a la izquierda
7. [Windows + derecha] – ventana de base a la derecha
8. [Windows + Mayús arriba] – maximizar tamaño vertical de la ventana
9. [Windows + Mayús abajo] – restaurar tamaño vertical
10. [Windows + Mayús izquierda] – ventana de mover a la izquierda del monitor
11. [Windows + Mayús derecha] – ventana de mover a la derecho del monitor
12. [Win + barra espaciadora] – Aero vistazo de escritorio
13. [Win + Inicio] – minimizar y maximizar todas las ventanas inactivas
14. [Alt + F4] – cerrar la ventana activa
15. [Alt + TAB] – cambiar a la ventana activa anterior
16. [Alt + ESC] – ciclo a través de todas las ventanas abiertas
17. [Win + TAB]-Flip 3D
18. [Ctrl + Win + TAB] – Persistent Flip 3D

Barra de Tareas:

1. [Win + cualquier número (1, 2, 3,.., 0)]-abre el programa correspondiente de la barra de tareas anclada
2. [Ctrl+clic de un icono de la barra de tareas anclado] – ciclo a través de ventanas abiertas del programa
3. [Mayús + clic de un icono de la barra de tareas anclado] – ejecución una nueva instancia del programa
4. [Mayús + Ctrl+clic un icono de la barra de tareas anclado] – ejecución una nueva instancia del programa como administrador
5. [Shift + derecha-haga clic en icono]-menú Ventana (restaurar, minimizar, mover etc.)
6. [Shift + derecha-haga clic en icono agrupado]-menú Ventana (restaurar todo, minimizar todas, mover todo etc.)
7. [Win + T] – ciclo a través de aplicaciones en la barra de tareas (que muestra una vista previa viva)
8. [Win + Mayús + T] – como la anterior, pero en orden inverso
9. [Win + R] – cuadro de diálogo abre ejecutar

Manejando Windows Explorer:

1. [Alt + P] – panel de mostrar/ocultar vista previa
2. [Alt + arriba] – ir hasta un nivel
3. [Alt + alquiler / derecha] – hacia atrás y adelante

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00:07 10/05/2009


como me gustaria q le curren un par de cosas muy utiles al mac os X, como por ejemplo poder "pintar" o marcar de colores los archivos para organizarlos, y un atajo para crear carpetas simple!

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01:03 10/05/2009


Muy bueno, me encantaron los Wallpapers!!! Seleccione los mejores de paisaje y los puse en modo presentacion.
Tambien muy bueno lo de minimazar, maximizar y poner en cascada con la telca win y los cursores.

Saludos y gracias por el aporte.

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03:03 10/05/2009

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como me gustaria q le curren un par de cosas muy utiles al mac os X, como por ejemplo poder "pintar" o marcar de colores los archivos para organizarlos, y un atajo para crear carpetas simple!

iColorfolder es tu solucion.

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03:16 10/05/2009


pero ese funciona solo en carpetas nada mas no? lo probe hace mucho