Quote: Originally Posted by Munna2002
Is there a fix for this? A registry hack, an option to select, or something?
Don't think there is.
You could (when needed) shrink your quicklaunch toolbars down to give more taskbar real estate, and get 30+ tabs open before seeing the scrollbar. You could put some of those shortcuts in Start Menu, or...
If you put "folders full of shortcuts" into your toolbar (e.g. quicklaunch) folder, then shrink it on the taskbar so the >>
is showing, it makes it like Start menu - once you click on the >>, the folders open when you hover on them.
You'll also find that in Windows 7 Explorer, there are many ways to jump here and there easily, and you may eventually not feel the need to have so many shortcuts on the taskbar or desktop. The explorer address bar takes some getting used to, but is way more powerful than XP's, and the Favorites section of the Navigation Pane is a wonderful "quicklaunch" feature itself. Just 2 examples, but take your time and enjoying playing around with the new stuff and make it your own!