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    Customizing show/hide thumbnail feature on rolling mouse cursor in windows 7?

    I am currently using windows 7 in my laptop. My friend is also using windows 7 but I have noticed some difference in functionality. Actually in his windows 7 when the thumbnail view of any folder or any opened application appear, it opens simply when you just move your mouse cursor there but in my computer, I need to click on the thumbnail to open it. I want to know the method to enable the same feature in my computer as well.



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    abhinanda2007 Array
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    Re: Customizing show/hide thumbnail feature on rolling mouse cursor in windows 7?

    e might have installed the software for that but u can use this setting also
    1. first goto my computer
    2. select organize option on left side top end of the screen
    3. a new window will appear in general select
    4. Folder and search option and select single click option in steed of double click and click apply and OK..

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    Re: Customizing show/hide thumbnail feature on rolling mouse cursor in windows 7?

    For customizing show/hide thumbnail feature on rolling mouse cursor in windows 7 we have to follow*these steps:-
    1.Click on the start menu then open control panel
    2.Click on *search box in control panel then *type troubleshooter*
    3.Then click on option troubleshooting
    4.click on display aero desktop effects In this there is an option appearance and personalization*
    5.-After that enter administrator password and do confirmation ..
    It will cutomize the show/hide thumbnail feature.

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    Re: Customizing show/hide thumbnail feature on rolling mouse cursor in windows 7?

    1. first goto my computer
    2. select organize option on left side top end of the screen
    3. a new window will appear in general select
    4. Folder and search option and select single click option in steed of double click and click apply and OK..

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    Re: Customizing show/hide thumbnail feature on rolling mouse cursor in windows 7?

    Dear friend,

    You can solve your problem in the following way:
    1. Go to the Control Panel then to System.
    2. In the left pane, click on the Advanced system settings.
    3. Click on Advanced tab and then in Performance block click on settings.
    4. In Visual effects tab, select the option- “Adjust for best appearance”.
    5. Click on Apply and then OK.

    Now your problem is solved.


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    Re: Customizing show/hide thumbnail feature on rolling mouse cursor in windows 7?

    Hi dear friend...........to Enable this option follow these

    first of all press windows key+r and type gpedit.msc in the run box

    now press ENTER key from the keyboard ....now expand Administrative templates under the USER CONFIGURATION

    then double click on Start menu and task bar option from the right pane

    now scroll down and find Turn off taskbar thumnails....option and double click on it .....which is usually last option from the list

    now choose Not Configured or Disabled option ...

    then click the OK button........ after that ... thumbnail view option will be enabled

    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Customizing show/hide thumbnail feature on rolling mouse cursor in windows 7?

    Hi Friend,

    You can change the Show and Hide thumbnail feature on Rolling the Mouse Cursor.

    >> First of All Open Start menu.

    >> Go to Control Panel

    >> In Control Panel Select Advance System Setting.

    >> In this Setting Go to Performance Setting.

    >> Now Go to Visual Effect Setting.

    >> after that Select Adjust best Performance.

    I hope You will understand.

    All the Best

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    Re: Customizing show/hide thumbnail feature on rolling mouse cursor in windows 7?

    Hi friend,

    The following is the procedure for solving the problem of Customizing show/hide thumbnail feature on rolling mouse cursor in windows 7.

    At first you have to go to the icon of 'my computer'.

    Then tap on to the organize option.

    Now the screen shows you the window which is of new one showing the general option.

    There under the general option,the folder and search option is to be selected.

    After that you need to press the single click option.

    Then the apply option is to be tapped.

    Now press the OK option.

    Thanks.


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    Re: Customizing show/hide thumbnail feature on rolling mouse cursor in windows 7?

    Hi hello ..

    open the Run Command and Type Gpedit

    and hit enter .

    or else navigate to the Control Panel


    under the User configuration Expand the Administrative templates .

    then Double click on the Start Menu

    > Scroll down and look for the option Turn OFF Taskbar thumb nails


    Select not Configured or disable option .

    save the changes and apply them .


    Thank you...

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