|21 May 2010||#1|
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Hi ! First of all, sorry for my bad english
I recently installed Windows 7. I put my taskbar at the right edge of my primary monitor (Which is on the left). Like that, the taskbar is between my 2 monitors. Here is a partial screenshot :
I've done that for ages, on every OS i used (98, xp, ubuntu...)
So, I made the taskbar as thin as Windows allows me, but it's still too thick in my opinion. I don't need all these spaces next to my icons.
I'd prefer something like that :
Is there any way I can do that, with a third party application ? I searched on google, this forum and other forums, and couldn't find nothing.
Ho, and while i'm here, is it possible to remove the stickynotes from the taskbar ?
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