Trippy desktop background wallpaper
Okay, this has nothing to do with navigation or networking, but this surreal acid-trippy desktop background artwork (and there are others like it available in Windows 7) is part of the user interface and shows that Microsoft actually has a personality.
By including some experimental styles from international artists, Microsoft is embracing the weird and having some fun. Who knew?
Instead of having all files and folders organised under the familiar Documents folder, Windows 7 features separate Libraries for specific content types such as contacts, documents, downloads, music, pictures and videos.
Each Library is stylised to fit its content and can be shared with other people in your home network by using HomeGroup.
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