Quote: Originally Posted by noyb
You can no longer make customized tool bars and add them to any edge of your screen(s).
I'm still trying to figure out what good is pinning an application to the tool bar in W7 ..
If you can't drag a file to the app and open it in the app.
I too would like to be able to make new toolbars for other edges of the screen in 7.
You can open a file dropped on a pinned icon in 7100+ by holding down the shift key. I just wish I could open a whole group of files in this way. Say 10 .jpg's on my photo app. I can do that with the quicklaunch bar, but the idea is to replace the ql bar.
I like W7 because of the stability and eye candy. Also seems to have much better handling of RAM. I also like Libraries a lot.
I do need to do some playing around with Vista SP2 though as I've read that it is much better now that SP2 is out. Got it installed so just need to play.
@Cool Guy, unlocking the taskbar means you can move it not create another. In Vista you could put a bunch of shortcuts into a folder and drag it to a screen edge and walla, new toolbar. I liked that.