>> Tom: Dump lists are a replacement for the context menu you used to get by right clicking in the task bar and they let you jump right
into a task, now there's a fancy way to access them that is very handy for folks with a one button mouse, I'm talking to you Apple
laptop users. Normally you right click and get the jump list instead you can left click or as shown here on a MacBook Pro one click,
hold the mouse button down and drag the jump list up. As Tim Sneeth [assumed spelling] on the MSDN blog calls it, "Swoosh up". Another
place Mr. Sneeth tells us we can swoosh is in the Internet Explorer address bar, single click, hold the mouse button down and drag
down a list of options like history, favorites and recently visited sites. That's it for this quick tip; I'm Tom Merritt from CNET.com,
enjoy your new swooshier Windows 7.