On 5/29/2010 6:26 PM, Bob Pawley wrote:
> Found it in XP it doesn't seem to exist in Windows 7. I can't even
> find Doc and Settings in 7.
> It's a large file. I'm not sure what is needed but here is the latter
> part of the file.
Windows 7 and vista move lots of things around
Documents and Settings is in the root directory but normally hidden and
secured turn on show hidden files/folders and show system
files/folders. form the start menu, type the document name out and the
OS will find it for you.
Windows Vista was/is the first real attempt by MS to setup a OS in a
secure manner. it kinda like having to run sudo in the linux world.
Still allot of things need to be improved namely the click through
interface, should be pass worded
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