Vista Shortcut Overlay Remover - Free download and software reviews. Pros. Does what it is supposed to do, gets rid of the too great shortcut arrows. However, while completely removing those arrows is possible even manually (in registry!), the real value of this program is the smaller arrow it brings.
I like having the arrow, as small as possible, but existant. Having no arrows at all can create many problems and confusions in my experience (people dragging exe files to desktop thinking they got a shortcut, drag- dropping . Someone mentioned it would be nice if it's portable, but I'm afraid it's not quite easy or even possible due to the way it works. Reply to this review. Was this review helpful?(0) (0) Pros. There are absolutly none.
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Cons. Removed arrows and replaced them with old style windows box that has the tiny icons in them. Tried to reinstall the shortcut arrows (they at least look better).
- Der Vista Shortcut Manager (auch bekannt als Vista Shortcut.
- Windows 7 and Vista has a feature called System Restore that automatically backs up registry and system files whenever you install new software or drivers.
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- Windows Vista Shortcut Overlay Remover, aka FxVisor, lets you to either remove or enable the explorer shortcut overlay arrow which is added to all shortcuts.
- Premium editions of Windows Vista include a redesigned user interface and visual style, named Windows Aero (Authentic, Energetic, Reflective and Open).
Will not let me do that either. Summary. DO NOT DOWNLOAD! Updated on Apr 1. Just used Ultimate Windows Tweaker and it not only replaced the arrows but then let me get rid of them altogether. Yah! Reply to this review. Was this review helpful?(0) (1) Pros. To get this to work on my Windows 7 SP1 machine, I just had to press .
It does what I want now though so I am very pleased with it. Reply to this review. Was this review helpful?(0) (0) Pros. The Vista shortcut arrows, which used to take up 2. Cons. Absolutely none.
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Updated on Mar 1. FYI: The reboots were just to make sure that it kept the arrows/settings as I wanted them. I suspect it's due to the seeming gazillion updates that Microsoft keeps foisting on me for my Windows Vista SP2 (i. I had to reboot to see the results, but, after a few reboots, it was obvious that the program was working just fine (I presume it runs once, changes the registry or something else, accordingly, and then doesn't need to be run ever again, unless you want to change something, or had a computer problem, as I did). I'd rather it was a portable app. Summary. I don't know what's up with the negative reviewers. It appears one tried it on XP which it's not designed for, and another babbles about IE8 which it has absolutely nothing to do with.
This program worked as advertised for me, it's free and there are no ads. Where's the motivation to rip you off??? Installed tried to use it. Don't use this as it is a total waste of time. Cons. Everything! Summary. Didn't work. Now I get to use more time getting it off my PC and looking for a product that will work.
Listen to the negative reviews and don't be swayed by the positive posts as they are probably plants to get the download count up. Reply to this review. Was this review helpful?(0) (2) Please Wait.
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Wouldn’t it be great if there was a registry hack for this? Most long- time geeks will remember that there was a hack for Windows XP, and probably already know that the same hack works in Windows 7 or Vista as well. Notice the ” – Shortcut” added to my pidgin icon. Manual Registry Hack.
Open up regedit. exe through the start menu search box, and then browse down to the following registry key: HKEY. Open this key up and change the 1e to 0. You’ll have to log off and then back on to make this change take effect. Please note that this won’t affect existing shortcuts, only shortcuts that you create from now on. To change the setting back, just change back to the 1e value, log off and back on. Downloadable Registry Hack. I’ve provided these tweaks in a couple of registry hack files.
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Although many of them have been fixed in Windows 7, finally. So without wasting time, lets start our tour of Windows Vista bugs, goof- ups and interesting facts which will definitely interest all Windows Vista users. PART 1: Windows Vista Bug List.
Vista Explorer Statusbar Bug: This bug is related to the Statusbar in Windows Explorer. Just follow these simple steps to recreate this bug: 1. Open My Computer and enable . Now open a folder which should contain at least one file.
Select a file and see its size in statusbar. Now refresh the folder by pressing < F5> key and select the same file again and see its size in the Statusbar. You'll be surprised after seeing its size.
Statusbar will show incorrect size, actually the size will be doubled. Again Refresh and check the size in statusbar. It'll be again doubled. If you select a different file after refreshing the folder, then it'll add the new file size in previous file size and will show the sum in status bar. Weird bug, isn't it?
NOTE: This bug has been fixed in Windows 7. Vista Explorer Statusbar Bug 2: This bug is also related to Vista Explorer Statusbar. Vista Explorer statusbar is too buggy. Double- click on any drive which contains at least one file in its root, e. If your D: \ drive contains any .
D: drive. 4. Select any file and look at Statusbar. There will be only a line showing . In fact it should show the file size as well. Now do any of following: If your window is maximized, then restore it by clicking on Restore button (middle button) in Titlebar. If your window is in normal state (restore), then maximize it. Or open any other folder in the current drive and then press .
Now again select the same file and look at statusbar. Now you can see its size in Statusbar which was not visible in . But if we change the window state or open a folder in the drive and again come back to root of the drive, then Statusbar shows the size. Which is kinda strange and definitely a BUG. NOTE: This bug has been fixed in Windows 7. Classic Start Menu and Log Off Bug: This bug is found when we use . Right- click on Taskbar and select .
Now apply it. Now click on Start button and select . Oops, It didn't ask for confirmation. In earlier versions of windows, it used to confirm the action.
Lots of time people can accidentally click on . If you clicked on it by mistake, you'll lose all your opened documents (if not saved) and all your opened websites in your web browser. Its really a stupid bug and I can't understand why the developers disabled the confirmation dialog box in Vista? NOTE: This bug is not present in Windows 7 as Microsoft removed classic start menu completely. File Renaming Bug: This bug appears when you try to change a file name as well as its extension. Now open My Computer and navigate to a folder which contains at least one file.
Rename the file by clicking on the file and press . Windows will only select the name of file and the extension will not be selected. Select the whole text i. Now give it any name and make sure you change its extension. To make it more clear, in this example the file is . So we are changing its extension from .
MP3. 6. Now once you type the new name, don't press Enter. Click on empty area in Explorer to apply the new name, Windows will show confirmation dialog box. If you move the cursor, the rectangle will change its size. To remove the rectangle, just refresh the window.
NOTE: The bug doesn't appear if you press Enter to apply the new name. You have to click in empty area to re- create the bug. NOTE: This bug has been fixed in Windows 7. MMC Customize Dialog Box Bug: This bug is present in all MMC applications like services.
Even pressing < Esc> key will not close the dialog box. If you right- click on the dialog box titlebar, you'll get only . So you'll only have to click on ? That's really weird that Close button can't close the dialog box. NOTE: This bug has been fixed in Windows 7.
Service Manager Bug: Another interesting BUG in Windows Vista, which can be recreated only if you are using . Now double- click on any service listed in right- side pane. El Vacilon De La Manana Manolo Descargar on this page. It'll open the service Properties box. So what's the bug?
Just hover your mouse cursor over the . Open My Computer and make sure that . If its not enabled then you can enable it from . That's cool since its Windows Explorer it should display Folders list.
Now close Windows Explorer and again open My Computer. The Navigation pane will show . How can I save my settings for . In XP, My Computer doesn't show . That's why the above BUG exists!!!