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Changes in Windows 7 for Fall 2012

Default Home Folder

New users, or users who just cleared their roaming profiles, will no longer be prompted to select PASS or UDrive for a home folder at logon.  Many have found the prompt confusing and time consuming. PASS is the default selection, but the choice can be changed any time by clicking on the white paw in notification tray and selecting "Preferences" from the pop-up menu.  

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Last Updated September 19, 2012

Personalize your Windows 7 Profile

We have made our own Penn State theme for you to use that includes beautiful photos of our campus! Keep on the lookout for more themes in the future that highlight more aspects of Penn State.

To see what themes are available and to customize your themes just follow our simple 2-step guide.

First, right-click any blank area on your desktop and choose Personalize

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Last Updated September 3, 2014

UDrive Remote Access with Windows 7

Before you begin

Please go through the important essential authentication steps before connecting to the UDrive.

Map the UDrive

Open the Start menu and type computer into the Search Box.

Click Map Network Drive up at the top of the window.

Choose whatever drive letter you'd like (we recommend X).

Type in \\\users\first initial\middle initial\Access Account ID into the Folder field.

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Last Updated October 9, 2012

Use the Start Menu Search Box

One of the most useful new features of Windows 7 is the Start Menu Search Box. Rather than trying to navigate our organizational structure for the Programs menu, you can just type in the name of the program you want and start it instantly.

The Search Box also searches files saved on your UDrive and PASS space, depending on which one you have chosen as your Home folder.

To use the Search Box just open the Start Menu (the Windows logo) and start typing.

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Last Updated January 27, 2011

Scan with Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop will scan into a JPEG, PNG, PSD, or PDF file, along with many other types of files. It's recommended for pictures and when you need advanced editing controls.

Place the document face-down on the glass platen and align the edge of the paper with the arrow marked on the scanner. You can scan documents up to 8.5” x 11.7”.

1. Open the Start menu and use the search box to find Adobe Photoshop CS5.

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Last Updated September 3, 2014


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