There is a big buzz going around with the upcoming Windows Vista by Microsoft. Vista is so much more advanced than any of its Windows counterparts in the market today.. so advanced that deleting a shortcut requires several steps.
Step One: We have a shortcut on the desktop we don’t want
Step Two: We right-click, and select delete. We are asked to confirm it.
Step Three: For some reason, the recycle bin won’t take the shortcut. We are asked to confirm the deleting.
Step Four: Uh oh. Windows installed this shortcut as being owned by SYSTEM. That means we need to confirm deletion again.
Step Five: Windows needs permission to delete this shortcut.. again
Step Six: Windows moves the shortcut into the recycle bin. For some reason, it changed it’s mind since Step Three.
Step Seven: So, we want to get rid of this shortcut. Unfortunately, emptying the recycle bin means we have to confirm deletion again