|19 Feb 2012||#11|
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Since I use wide screen it's better for me using my task bar on the left side to use full depth of my screen but is there any way of setting the windows button at the bottom to it's original location. In essence flip it over? I know dumb question but it would work better for me
The short answer no.
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