Update: Sorry for not updating DemoGeek.com for the past 2 days…gotten a bad cold and couldn’t do much…I still have cold but wanted to get these to you. I hope you understand.
Gotten tired of holding the Control (Ctrl) key down while selecting multiple files in Windows Explorer? Would rather prefer a simple way of selecting multiple files in Windows Explorer? Follow these steps to use checkboxes to select multiple files in Windows Explorer,
Launch Windows Explorer (press Windows key and “E” key) and click on the “Organize” menu and then click on the “Folder and Search Options…”.
On the “Folder Options” dialog click on the “View” tab and then on the “Advanced Settings” section check the “Use check boxes to select items” option.
Click on the “OK” button and now you should be able to see a check box infront of the file name when you roll your mouse over the file name. You can check the boxes to select those files.
I hope it helps you have a better experience with Windows Vista. This is just one of the many cool features that Windows Vista has. If you have any questions regarding this please make sure to ask in comments.