yup, both of those are present - however neither offers the vital functionality that has been eliminated by the removal of the "File Types" tab.
It is now impossible (without using 3rd party tools, or manually editing the registry) to associate a file extension with a comand-line that uses more than a single parameter.
For example, to associate a file type with a jar packaged java tool, you would associate the extension with the command-line :-
<jre home>\bin\javaw.exe -jar <tool home>\someTool.jar "%1" %*
Another ability that has been lost with the removal of the "File Types" tab, is the ability to change or add extra elements to the context sensitive popup menu.
Open(default) -> open image in quick-to-load image viewer.
Edit -> open image in heavy-weight editor such as PSP, Gimp, Photoshop etc.
Tweak -> open image in tweakpng
Optimise -> open image in pngop.jar color optimiser.
pngout -> pass image through pngout compression optimiser.
Incase anyone comes across this through a google search, one solution is to use creative element power tools
(though the tool itself has a finite evaluation period)
I seriously hope no-one is lumbered with Vista on a new PC; It is an absolute attrocity of software engineering :-
1) No fullscreen command-prompt - breaks many legacy games that worked fine in XP.
2) Broken compatability with many early DX games. (the list is huge, effecting games as late as DX7)
3) No mail client capable of collecting webmail (outlook express has been replaced with windows mail, that by all accounts looks to be the same program, just rebranded with vital functionality removed)
4) Laughably impractical UAC (User Account Control) security that nags so often that it simply has
to be disabled for the OS to be usable. (completely removing all the so called secutiry benefits of Vista)
5) Broken core functionality when UAC is disabled - try and install a network printer when you have UAC disabled..... gives you the error "The specified print monitor is unknown".
6) Drag & Drop functionality in the start-menu is STILL bugged?! It has been bugged ever since it was added in Win98 SP2.
Billions of machines running Windows,
being used by 100's of Millions of different users,
who must click the start menu 100's of times a day,
for an entire decade.
Yet it is still functionally bugged?! HOW!!!!!!!
7) Clunky interface that defaults to wholely useless views :-
Vista: "Oh you have an .avi in this folder, you obviously want to view the entire folder with HUGE icons, just so you can see a 1 frame thumbnail from a 2 hour movie; and all those standard columns that you normally have?.... I'll swap those for useless ones such as "Date taken", "Tags", and "Rating(out of 5 stars)"
I can't be bothered anymore, I bought it with an open mind, I've used it for several months, and I am left with only one conclusion - M$ have got it totally wrong - Vista is an absolute pile of shit.
Now... do I go back to XP.... to do I go over to Linux....
How is Linux for emulating DX for games? Am I going to have a world of woe trying to get all my Windows only games to work?