It makes a BIG Difference.
I'd much rather just navigate on my own and not use a crutch in Start.
You learn the architecture of the OS much faster that way -- and can
REMEMBER where important folders are hidden.
EIGHT Layers from C:\ to Cookies, in Vista?
YOUR WAY turns users into vapid, manipulated tools like that guy with his
Blackberry, or whatever, in the TV commercials who is totally lost if he
turns his Blackberry over to someone else and has to navigate on his own.
I want to know where folders are located and understand the architecture of
my OS -- not just use Start as a crutch.
Vide infra. [See Below]
"Ronnie Vernon MVP" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> What difference does it make? Vista has a completely different users
> folder heirarchy. [sic]
> In Vista, click Start and type shell:cookies, press ENTER and you are
That's a total of one click and FOURTEEN keystrokes -- whereas in XP Pro I
can be looking at my Cookies with FIVE quick clicks of the mouse -- from the
You are not thinking straight and just keep digging yourself a deeper hole.
Good Advice is when you find yourself in a deep, dark, dank, fetid hole --
and the water is coming up around your knees -- it's a good time to stop
This is supposed to be an IMPROVEMENT in Vista, the location of Cookies?
Even doing it my way in Vista will take NINE clicks of the mouse from Vista,
as contrasted to my FIVE clicks in XP Pro.
> Ronnie Vernon
> Microsoft MVP
> Windows Shell/User
> "D. Spencer Hines" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Why the radical move of the Cookies folder in Vista, as compared to
>> ...Where it is:
>> C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\Cookies
>> EIGHT Layers in Vista versus FOUR in XP.
>> "Hedy Keller" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> For IE7:
>>> Hedy Keller