Windows 7 Review - Part II

tevapadi's version from 2017-03-25 20:40


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The files and folders stored in the selected disk drive or folder are displayed in the:Content Pane
The working area of the Windows 7 screen - consisting of program icons, a taskbar, a Start button, and gadgets - is the:Desktop
A graphic representation - often a small image on a button that enables you to run a program or program fuction:Icon
The arrow, I-beam, or other symbol that shows the location or position of the mouse on your screen is the mouse:Pointer
The area on the right side of the taskbar that keeps you informed about processes that are occurring in the background, such as antivirus software, network connections, and other utility programs, is the:Notification Area
Custom file properties such as names, places, and descriptions that are added to files are called:Tags
You can activate this by pointing to an object and clicking the right mouse button:Shortcut Menu
When you create a new folder, the folder name displays:Edit mode
The button on the left side of the taskbar that is used to start programs, change system settings, find Windows help or shut down the computer is called:Start Button
When you create a search folder, it displays in the Navigation pane under this category:Favorites
A dynamic program - such as a clock, a stock market ticker, or a weather window - that displays on the desktop is a:Gadget
A small storage device that plugs into a computer USB port; also called a thumb drive: Flash Drive
The three or four characters to the right of the period in a file name is called:File Extension
Reduce the size of files or combine files to make them easier to send:Compress
A temporary storage area in Windows, when you copy an item, it is store in the: Clipboard
In the Windows Explorer window, this pane displays Favorites, Libraries, Computer, and Network information.Navigation