Most recent submissions by user "uKER"
Registered since: November 2, 2008
In Vista 64, to access 32 bit Control Panel icons, you have to enter a special icon named 'View 32-bit icons'.
This is really counter-intuitive since if you don't know this behaviour beforehand, you will enter the Control Panel and (more...)
32 bit icons should be displayed alongside 64 bit ones, with some sort of visual distinction, such as "(32 bit)" added to its icon label, or an icon overlay.
Some of the icons in Vista's Control Panel are not really things that belong in there.
Control Panel icons are supposed to be means to control some behaviour of other Windows functionality.
These should be somewhere else, such as the (more...)
Move mentioned applications to a program group.