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After you have logged in, what is the next thing you see The basic and most-used interface is the Start menu, Taskbar, and noti cation area (also known as the system tray) Figure 2-11 shows these three core elements, which allow you to control and access nearly every part of the operating
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system Notice on the right side of the gure is an area that contains various gadgets You can con gure this area, known as the Windows Sidebar, to show various elements, and you can import new gadgets to perform different actions and show con gurable information, such as the weather and news feeds The Sidebar is a feature of Windows Vista and is not part of Windows Server 2008
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FIGURE 2-11 The three main components of the Windows experience are the Start menu,
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The Start menu is where you access most of the installed components and applications on a machine, including Administrative Tools and the Control Panel, which you use to perform most con guration and management
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The default Start menu is adaptive and displays shortcuts to applications that are most used The classic Start menu (as used in Windows 2000) has a static menu structure
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In Windows XP, each submenu of the Start menu opened up to the side of the existing menu, which took up signi cant screen space With Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008, the Start menu display is much more compact and easy to navigate, as shown in Figure 2-12
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FIGURE 2-12 The XP-style menu on the left takes up far more screen real estate to access
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the required submenu and shortcut than the Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 version
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In addition to con guring the type of Start menu to display, you can con gure what elements to display in the Start menu (for example, Administrative Tools, Favorites)
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A new feature of the Start menu in Vista and Server 2008 is the instant search text entry box, which has the default focus when the Start menu is selected or you click the Windows key You can quickly search by simply clicking the Windows key and then typing the name of the le you want to nd or the application you want to run, as shown in Figure 2-13 As you type in the search box, Windows dynamically displays close matches, and you can simply press Enter to select the correct choice when it appears If the choice you re looking for doesn t appear, you can manually enter your whole search string and press Enter All data on the machine, including documents and their contents, e-mail messages, and programs, is indexed and accessible via the instant search
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FIGURE 2-13 The new Start menu provides access to many applications in a little bit of
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You also access basic features such as logging off and restarting the computer via the Start menu
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NOTE In Windows Server 2008 and Vista, the Ctrl+Alt+Del key combination performs the same function as in previous versions: When you press it, the Windows Security screen appears, giving you options to change your password, lock the computer (which can also be accomplished by clicking the Start menu or Windows key and then pressing L), log off, switch user, and start the Task Manager Notice the addition of the Switch User option, which was previously reserved for Windows XP workgroup machines but has been expanded to all con gurations under Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 The other visual change from previous operating systems is that Windows Security is no longer a dialog box It s now an entire screen in the same visual style as the logon screen, but the options are the same as in earlier versions
The Taskbar
The Taskbar displays a list of all the applications that are currently running on the system In the standard graphical mode, if you hover your mouse over an application listed on the Taskbar, a pop-up displays the full title of the application, as shown in Figure 2-14 When the Taskbar is full, it stacks together multiple copies of the same application that are running so that they take up only one slot on the Taskbar Instead of clicking an application on the Taskbar, you can select it by clicking the Windows key and typing the number that corresponds to the application s position on the Taskbar
FIGURE 2-14 The Taskbar allows easy access to running applications The Taskbar can host several additional toolbars When you right-click the Taskbar, from the context menu that appears, select the additional toolbars you want to be displayed on the Taskbar For example, the quick launch toolbar is useful for displaying icon-only shortcuts to the applications you use the most
NOTE A context menu is the menu that appears when you right-click an object It is called a context menu because the content of the menu is generated based on the object selected and so it is context aware