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Windows 7: How do I make the Taskbar solid?

11 Oct 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
How do I make the Taskbar solid?

Hello all,

First of all I'd like to thank you for letting me join this forum. I appreciate it.

OK so on to my problem and question. I set my taskbar to be along the top of my monitor screen. It seems like ever since WinXP and probably before that, some windows that open creep under the taskbar. So when this happens, I have to move my taskbar in order to close the window. Yeah I know there's other ways to close this window without moving the taskbar, but another more elegant way to avoid this problem is make the taskbar solid so the window can't creep under the it.

Does anyone know what I have to do to avoid this annoyance?

PS: for clarity sake, the taskbar in question is the bar that is at default on the bottom of a the welcome screen. It would have the start/stop button on it.

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11 Oct 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Hiya and welcome to the forums

Have a looky over her pal

Taskbar - Move Location on Desktop Screen

Taskbar Auto-hide - Turn On or Off

Hope this helps a bit
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