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  1. Desktop tips and tricks The short time it takes you to organize your desktop can save you time and help make your computing experience simpler and more pleasant. Move program shortcuts to the Quick Launch toolbar Many people keep program‌ shortcuts on their desktop, but open windows can block your view of the desktop. The Quick Launch toolbar solves this problem because it is on the taskbar, which is visible even when you have windows open. For example, if you’ve added a web browser shortcut to the Quick Launch toolbar and you are working in a document, you don't have to minimize the document window to open the web browser. Instead, you can click the web browser icon on the Quick Launch toolbar. Quick Launch toolbar For more information, see Add or remove the Quick Launch toolbar or Taskbar: recommended links. Top of page Organize files and programs on the Start menu On the Start menu, you can find shortcuts for programs you've used recently. And, if you want to keep a program shortcut in one place so you can always find it, you can pin it to the Start menu. Start menu To pin a program icon to the Start menu If you use a program regularly, you can pin its program icon to the Start menu. Pinned program icons appear on the left side of the Start menu, above the horizontal line. Right-click the program icon you want to pin to the Start menu, and then click Pin to Start Menu. You can find files, documents, folders, and other items you've been working with recently in Recent Items on the Start menu. To find recent items on the Start menu Click the Start button . Point to Recent Items. Files you've worked with recently should appear in the list. For more information, see Add or remove Recent Items on the Start menu and Customize the Start menu.Top of page Don't store files on the desktop To improve your computer's performance and find files more easily, it's best to store files in the Documents folder rather than on the desktop. To access files from your desktop, create a desktop shortcut instead. For more information, see Create or delete a shortcut. A clean Windows desktop can help improve your computer's performance From Microsoft http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Desktop-tips-and-tricks
  2. Open up Disk Management, you can Right-Click on Computer and choose Manage and then select Disk Management to do this. Right-Click on Disk Management and choose Attach VHD. Enter the path to the VHD. You can choose to mark it Read-Only as well. Click OK. The drive will mount and display in Disk Management. You’ll notice the disk icon is also blue to help you distinguish it as a mounted VHD. To dismount, Right-Click the disk and select Detatch VHD. You will be given the option to delete the VHD as well, but it is not the default. Click OK to detatch.
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