If you recently switched over to Windows 7 you would find that it is quite an improvement over XP and Vista. However, if you are the techie type and love to tweak Windows to suit your needs, you will find that there are so many settings you can play with but these settings are all scattered or buried deep in Windows. So accessing them and remembering their location could be quite frustrating.
However, there is a simple tool that can put an end to all the frustration of endless searching for settings. It’s called Windows 7 in a box. It simply organises all your Windows 7 settings into an easily to comprehend layout.
Just click one of the labels on the top like Functions, Folders, Internet Settings etc, and you will all your options laid out for you. While you may not make use of every tool that Windows 7 has to offer, this makes is more likely that you will notice them in the first place. So if the new Start menu isn’t enough for you or you have trouble figuring out where you Downloads folder is, try Windows 7 in a box.
What’s more, besides being a free tool of just 280KB, Windows 7 in a box needs no installation and can be run even from your USB drive.