When you look at your recycle bin folder, Windows shows you all the files you’ve deleted in a user friendly format – i.e. the name of the file you originally deleted and when it was deleted. The operating system does quite a bit of work for you, as the actual files within your recycle bin are not quite as user friendly. The recycle bin in Windows 7 is located at:
I was a very loyal customer to Mesh computers up until a week ago. My previous computer, which I've had for 5 years, my parents old computer and my current server have all been Mesh purchases. I usually go with them for a few reasons: firstly, they offer various systems at different price levels and then allow you to totally customise everything, secondly, they allow you to buy computers without an operating system and finally, they don't install a load of junk software on your computer. I've never had any problems with the computers I've bought, so have never had to deal with their customer services.
Demand Five is Channel Five's online TV player, and it claims not to work on Windows 7 when you want to purchase a program to download/watch. When you try and buy the programs, the website does a check for "system requirements" and if you are running Windows 7, this will fail, like in Screenshot 1. I have found a way around this, and was able to purchase my program and watch it on my Windows 7 laptop.
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