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Windows 7: having windows 7 issues.


26 Dec 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
having windows 7 issues.

when i move the task bar to the top of the screen it is thick and fat.... it is double the average width. like 2 "layers". and the reason why is because now the date shows underneath the clock.

i don't like this!!

i already made sure that the properties are set for the taskbar to show only small icons. nothing.

and i even changed the notifications properties to not show anything at all in the system tray and all it did was make it all blank, still fat and 2 layers wide.

here's the weird part: when i move the taskbar to the BOTTOM its skinny and perfect. just how i want it. no date. but when moved back to the top its fat again. HELP!!

how do i keep the skinny taskbar even at the top??

screenshot: http://i51.tinypic.com/2q8awco.png


i tried to just drag it smaller. it will not allow me to do that and the task bar is NOT locked. i can only make it even bigger but no smaller than the 2 layers.


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26 Dec 2010   #2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center
 
 

Selecting small taskbar icons does not change Quick Launch toolbar icon size, that must be separately done inside Quick Launch (unlock taskbar, right click empty spot in QL, select View > Small Icons).

Here a taskbar with small icons but big QL icons:

having windows 7 issues.-taskbar_size_1.png

Here both taskbar and QL with small icons:

having windows 7 issues.-taskbar_size_2.png

Kari


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