Jump Lists get you where you want to go—watch this video to see how. (0:45)
Jump Lists—new in Windows 7—take you right to the documents, pictures, songs, or websites you turn to each day. To open a Jump List, just right-click a program button on the Windows 7 taskbar. (You can also get to Jump Lists by clicking the arrow next to the program name on the Start menu.)
What you see in a Jump List depends entirely on the program. The Jump List for
shows frequently viewed websites. Windows Media Player 12
lists commonly played tunes. Is your Jump List missing a favorite? You can "pin" whatever files you like there.
Jump Lists don't just show shortcuts to files. Sometimes they also provide quick access to commands for things like composing new email messages or playing music.