You can use this simple tool to burn the disc image, and that’s pretty much it.
If you’ve associated ISO files with another program, you can access the disc image burning by right-clicking the file, choosing “” and clicking on Windows Disc Image Burner.
One solution is to increase resolution, which makes everything look bad, and the other is to use Magnifier.
Start typing “Magnifier” in Windows search to find this tool.
It might not be a full-featured and sophisticated solution like Stickies (which is my sticky note app of choice), but it sure provides the necessary basics.
You can also use Magnifier to invert all your monitor colors, for a relaxed white-on-black experience.
There are many tools our there that can record, edit and convert audio to multiple formats. Start typing “record” in Windows search to find this tool, which you can use to record simple WMA files, and that’s it.
This is more of a bonus than a hidden tool, but it can still be pretty useful.
If you have ISO files you need to burn, and you don’t happen to have any other burning software installed, double clicking it will open the Windows Disc Image Burner.
This why I was doubly surprised to realize that there are still some hidden tools in Windows 7 I did not know about.