Decorate your desktop in a better way with Windows® 7
It is uninteresting to work with a PC with a dull desktop.
The duly popularised Windows 7 is about to make its entry under the shades of some very attractive new wallpapers making it extremely difficult to decided the superiority of one over other.
You can select wallpapers by using Right-click on an empty part of the desktop, select Personalise > Desktop Background, then hold down Ctrl as you click on the images you like.
You can also set the frequency of time on which you’d like the images to be changed. You can select shuffle if you’d like the backgrounds to appear in a random order, then click Save Changes and enjoy the show.
However, this is not the end of show orchestrated by Windows 7, if a slideshow based on your standard wallpaper isn’t enough, then you can always create a theme that extracts images from an RSS feed. Such themes always displays the latest BBC news and weather on your desktop.
Windows 7 Taskbar
Furthermore, the new windows 7 taskbar has also been designed as one big quick launch toolbar that can hold any program shortcuts you like. And that’s fine, except it does consume a little more screen real estate than we’d like. You can also shrink it to a more manageable size by right-clicking the Start orb, then Properties > Taskbar > Use small icons > OK.
The OS gives little more flexibility to you because in case you're unhappy with the new Taskbar, even after shrinking it, then you can restore the old Quick Launch Toolbar.