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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by *aussie_blondie, Jul 24, 2006.

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  1. *aussie_blondie

    *aussie_blondie Thread Starter

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    Running Win98SE.

    Do the programmes in Quick Launch, which is on the task bar, load at start up therefore using ram?
     
  2. cybertech

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    No they do not.
     
  3. *aussie_blondie

    *aussie_blondie Thread Starter

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    Ahhh, thank you. I thought they probably were so they opened faster when clicked on. So it's just that having the name of the programme there makes it easier to find quickly then?
     
  4. cybertech

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    It was, *I think*, created to replace the old office toolbar, if you remember that.

    For me I put my frequently used programs there and like it for the single click it takes to open them. If you have a short-cut on your desktop it takes two clicks if you are not using the web enhancement feature, which I personally don't like.
     
  5. raybro

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    Just the difference in preferences. I have been using the single click option for all operations for some time now. Whenever I use someone elses computer, it takes me a while to get used to doing the double click again. To me, the single click is just more efficient.

    Raybro
     
  6. *aussie_blondie

    *aussie_blondie Thread Starter

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    Thanks, Cybertech. Appreciated muchly.
     
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