Windows 7 Tab Key shows 3D view of your windows

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If you’re using Windows 7 try this: press and hold down the Windows icon key and press the tab button.  You’ll get this neat 3D view of all your open windows.  Each tab press moves forward or shift-tab goes back. Your mouse wheel works too.

Shake the Windows 7

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Here’s a fast way to a clutter free Windows 7 desktop. Grab the top of any window on your desktop and shake it while holding down the mouse button.  All your other windows will be minimized.  Shake it again and the other windows return.

Massive Microsoft Security Mess – Get yours patched immediately

Straight from Microsoft’s website comes a stern warning about a security hole that apparently can happen by simply going to a bad website. Make sure your Windows system is promptly updated, like now!

The most severe of these vulnerabilities could allow elevation of privilege if an unauthenticated attacker sends a specially crafted web request to the target site. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could take any action in the context of an existing account on the ASP.NET site, including executing arbitrary commands