If you use more than one input language on your PC, you probably noticed a slight current layout indication delay in Windows tray language bar icon.
Even though Windows XP allowed to play audio through several devices simultaneously, newer versions like Vista, Windows 7 and 8 lacks this ability. You cannot play music through both headphone and line out, or digital S/PDIF out and HDMI out at the same time. The roots for this Microsoft decision can only be speculated.
Switching a default audio playback device requires at least 5 clicks, which is annoying and frustrating if you do it daily.
Assigning keyboard hotkeys to desktop shortcuts makes life easy and allows to spend less time on routine computer operations. However, sometimes these hotkeys stop working in Windows 7.
Another handy keyboard shortcut is for launching windows task manager.
Just press Ctrl – Shift – Esc and here it is.
You may not know that starting from Windows 7, you can press Winkey + x to access Windows mobility center!
It gives some neat utilities for notebook owners, including screen, volume and network controls.