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Windows 101: Four ways to customize your taskbar
Maximize your screen workspace with these four easy taskbar settings.
SHOW ALL THE TASKBAR APPS
SHOW ALL THE TASKBAR APPS : 1 I was using my computer as usual . 2 suddenly SOME APPS DISAPPEARED ( FROM TASKBAR ) 3 I want suggestion
Windows 101: How to pin apps to the start menu and taskbar
Pin your most frequently used apps to Start menu or taskbar to stay productive every day.
Have you ever had problems with the task bar sticking in Windows 10. More often than I like, my task bar will not hide... it remains on the screen, often blocking something I need to click. Is there a way to close a sticking task bar?
Windows 10 Taskbar transparency
I use windows 10 and i have been trying to make my laptop taskbar transparent by using both regedit and transparency effects, but it increases the transparency just a little bit. Without installing any 3rd party apps, can i make the taskbar fully transparent?
Pin Icon Disappear From Taskbar
Hi, The Internet Explorer (IE) icon was missing from the taskbar. Early, it's was pin at the taskbar and able to open and use to browse some websites. But now, it's suddenly missing from the taskbar and needs to pin again at the taskbar. Please advise.
taskbar not hiding when it should?
I found a strange little work around. i hope it helps you too. i'm going to assume you have already set up windows taskbar to hide but it doesnt. well my workaround is real simple(two clicks). once i have my taskbar infront of any window but i want to get rid. click in the "type here to search" area next to start button then click the taskbar and now it hides lol. had this problem over a year. i hope this works for you too
Best place for the taskbar?!
So I've had this battle with my friends and colleagues often, where is the best place to put your task bar? On the bottom? On the side? Maybe up at the top! I honestly think on the right side is most productive for me! Take a look : http://tinypic.com/r/2n99f0m/9 Share where you place your taskbar!
News Weather and Interest on the taskbar.
When this first showed up I liked it on my Surface Go 2 tablet, but not so much on my laptop. Now I'm finding that with all of the changes that Microsoft is making to their MSN News, that News, Weather and Interest thingy is becoming quite useful, well at least to me it is. YMMV. I wish I could customize it a little bit more, but we can't always have everything we want. Good job Microsoft! and Thanks
Start menu and taskbar
Why does the start menu not close after clicking on the taskbar? In Windows 10
Change your taskbar settings. Customize the taskbar from the taskbar itself. If you want to change multiple aspects of the taskbar at one time, use Taskbar settings.Press and hold or right-click any empty space on the taskbar, and then select Taskbar settings .. In the Taskbar settings, scroll to see the options for customizing, sizing, choosing icons, battery information and much more.
The taskbar supports two display options: Auto-Hide and, in Windows Vista and earlier only, Always On Top (the taskbar is always in this mode in Windows 7 and later). To set these options, the user must open the taskbar shortcut menu, click Properties , and select or clear the Auto-hide the taskbar check box or the Keep the taskbar on top of ...
Taskbar configuration applied to Windows 10 upgrades. When a device is upgraded to Windows 10, apps will be pinned to the taskbar already. Some apps may have been pinned to the taskbar by a user, and others may have been pinned to the taskbar through a customized base image or by using Windows Unattend setup.
The notification area is located at the right end of the taskbar. It contains some icons you might find yourself clicking or pressing pretty often: battery, Wi-Fi, volume, Clock and Calendar, and action center. It provides status and notifications about things like incoming email, updates, and network connectivity.
Show or hide the taskbar based on whether there is a maximized window. Double-click the tray icon to switch the display status of the taskbar between Show or Auto-Hide. Double-click the system tray icon to show or hide the taskbar.