|29 Aug 2010||#1|
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One ANNOYING feature with W7
This feature I find REALLY ANNOYING -- the Message flag at the right of the screen sometimes says SOLVE PC Issues xx messages then messages about a problem with WINRAR or NERO or some other application program.
You cant get rid of these unless you ARCHIVE the messages.
Is there a way I can TURN OFF this "Feature" -- I Don't need it but there isn't any option to avoid this after Windows reports that program XXXX has stopped working.
Meaasges about Updates / Virus / Disk space low are fine but I don't need the rubbish for other programs -- especially when testing newly written applications which are likely to get several revisions before being made available.
Other than that I've found Windows 7 excellent and the Best MS OS so far.
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|29 Aug 2010||#5|
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Always send Problem Reports to MS as it may well generate a return message with a solution. That solution will cue in the Action Center with a red X on the SysTray flag icon.
Sometimes I type "Problems" in Start Search box to track down the Problem reports which have already been auto-sent to MS, and am surprised to find solutions already cued which I don't remember appearing in the SysTray or never even sent to MS. These can pertain to Display driver, Cam software, incompatible programs, Direct X faiilures are some that I can remember.
There may be a completely separate set of issues cued at top on the Advanced Tools page accessed (hidden?) by clicking through the WEI score link at Computer>Properties.
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