Windows® 7 Tools Utilities
In the new Windows 7 operating system there are some cool tools that have been introduced to provide added functionalities. Here is an explanation of some more tools like Backup utility, Text tuning and color calibration, Math Input Panel, Private Character Editor Tool.
Backup utility: While a backup tool was present in Windows Vista, an improved version with more flexible options has been incorporated into Windows 7.
This tool lets you backup your files to a local hard drive, a removable disk, an optical drive, or to another computer on a network. You can then choose to backup libraries or individual folders or even exclude certain folders as you may deem necessary.
Text tuning and color calibration: Most of us simply install display drivers and continue to work without paying attention to how the monitor looks or whether we can do something to enhance or improve the image quality. Windows 7 has a set of two tools that takes care of this.
ClearType Text Tuner: The first of these tools is ClearType Text Tuner, which can be opened from the Control Panel.
This enables you fine tune the type on each monitor individually in case you have multiple monitors. It looks similar to the eye charts at the optometrist, so you can select the one that looks the best to you. The other tool is known as Display Color Calibration, which is a wizard that lets you adjust the gamma, brightness, contrast and color rendition on the monitor to fine tune the way the image is displayed on your monitor.
Math Input Panel: Math Input Panel recognizes handwritten math expression using the math recognizer that's built into Windows 7.
Built with tablet PCs and touchscreen interfaces in mind, this tool lets you enter mathematical expressions which gets converted to recognized math and can then be inserted into a word-processing or computational program. While Math Input Panel is designed to be used with a tablet pen on aTablet PC or a touchscreen, you can even use your mouse to input the expressions.
Private Character Editor: Wouldn't it be cool to have fonts in your handwriting that you can use them in documents? While there have been tools to make this happen before, Windows 7 comes with one that lets you get the job done very easily.
The tool in question is known as Private Character Editor and it can be used to create your own characters, which can then be inserted into documents by using Character Map. You can even edit existing characters if you want to.
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