You can use Windows 7 Pin to keep the things you need close at hand. In all editions of Windows 7 you can "pin" your favorite programs anywhere on the Windows 7 taskbar for easy access. You can Pin frequently used files to Jump Lists too. Just like tacking notes on a bulletin board.
We usually have a fairly small group of files and programs we use a lot. So it makes sense to be able to keep them handy all the time. In Windows Vista Operating System, you can pinning your favorite programs to your Windows start menu.
With the Windows 7, you can Pin to make your PC work even more the way you want. One big improvement is the ability to control where your programs appear on your taskbar.
I always want to put my favorite web browser right next to the start button. So, I just Drag the browser icon where I want it, and it'll stay there till I move it. You can also pin your program icon to the taskbar, so it's there all the time. You can even pin specific files and favorite web sites to Windows 7 Jump Lists on your taskbar.
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