How do I get a Tool Bar in Vista, the same as XP., with Tools, cut paste ect?
Hi, for windows explorer , click on organize ,go to layout and click on menu bar,thats the best you will get compared to when you use customize in winxp
if it Internet explorer , right click on a empty spot in the top tool bar ,and unlock tool bar ,then right click again and chose customize ,then click add and remove components ,add the ones you want and close it , they will appear next to the home icon and stuff on the right side of browser ,if you can see them drag the toolbar to the left . then lock toolbar again
In Vista (and Win7), the MenuBar is still there, but hidden by default. Hitting the Alt key will unhide it when you need it... applies to both Windows Explorer and IE
Yes and as soon as you click another portion of the viewed window, it hides again.
To permanently show the menu bar in Vista and Win7, with a window open, click on "Organize" and from the drop down hover over "Layout" and then select/click on "Menu Bar"
Too true - either option works. Jst bear in mind that the reason MS is tucking the MenuBar further and further out of site, is largely thought to be a sign that MS will do away with the MenuBar altogether by Win8