Using Windows 7
Tips to using Windows 7
Depending on your system, Windows 7 has interesting features that makes it unique compared to Windows XP and earlier carnations of Windows. When it comes to using Windows 7 however, it isn't much different as using other Windows operating systems such as Vista.
You have an Internet symbol that varies in shape depending on if you use Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Google Chrome to name a few. Internet Explorer looks like a large, blue lower-case E icon with a gold ring around it, while Google Chrome has a blue circle icon surrounded by a larger circle divided into three colors, red, green, and yellow.
Basic programs are located in the Start Menu all programs directory, and recently used programs appear in the opening menu above all programs upon opening the Start Menu again. While other programs such as Microsoft Word, Windows Media Player, and Internet Explorer can be added to the side bar or tool bar at the bottom of the screen.