>> Tom: If you're a power user you thrive on shortcuts here are a few quick tips for getting around in Windows 7 a little faster.
First, there's access control need to launch a program with admin rights, control shift while you click on the icon to launch it
if you need multiple instances of the same program you don't need to go back into Explorer or the start menu just hold down the shift
key while clicking on the task bar icon a new instance of that application will open right up. Once you have all those instances
running you'll want an easier way to flip through the task bar use Windows T to set focus on the task bar then use the arrow keys
to move through your icons and press enter to activate the window you want, press escape to return focus to the screen. That's it
for this quick tip, I'm Tom Merritt, CNET.com.