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How to add extra toolbar
I only have this question as i was browsing this forum post and i noticed that some people managed to create a toolbar not connected to the taskbar. I am asking about this as when i used Windows XP I used the quick launch bar in such a way like a osx shortcut bar. It was nice to have as with windows xp IMO it was needed IDK if i will use this as so far pining to the start menu is working well for me but its small. So in all i know how to create a new troolbar but i dont know how to remove it from the taskbar so this is my question. Is it possible to say put a toolbar on the top of my sreen and the taslbar on the bottom? (or the other way arround IDK)
So wither or not i use this I would like to know. Just in case it matters i am using windows 7 home premium.
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