Remove Taskbar 100%

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  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
       #71

    Found a fix for this myself. Instead of adding it to the Startup folder, I created a new Scheduled Task and had it delay 30 seconds before triggering. Works like a charm now.
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  2. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 64bit
       #72

    Generator said:
    I can remove your taskbar 100% but you will still be able to open the Start Menu with the Windows key on your keyboard if that's any good to you. :)

    I found the C# source code here but it came as code for a small application with two buttons (one to hide the Taskbar and Start Button and one to show them again). I've modified the code to automatically do what you want upon running it and then it exits, it uses the Windows API so there isn't any dirty hacks involved either.

    To make life easier I made it into two exe's, one does the hiding and the other one shows it again.

    Simply extract the exe's to your Windows folder and create a shortcut to the 'HideTaskbar.exe' in the Start Menus 'Startup' folder to make it happen upon each bootup.

    Attachment 68549
    (Requires Dot.Net 2.0 or higher)

    EDIT: Works for Vista too btw!

    Awesome. Thanks a lot Generator
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  3. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #73

    Generator said:
    I can remove your taskbar 100% but you will still be able to open the Start Menu with the Windows key on your keyboard if that's any good to you. :)

    I found the C# source code here but it came as code for a small application with two buttons (one to hide the Taskbar and Start Button and one to show them again). I've modified the code to automatically do what you want upon running it and then it exits, it uses the Windows API so there isn't any dirty hacks involved either.

    To make life easier I made it into two exe's, one does the hiding and the other one shows it again.

    Simply extract the exe's to your Windows folder and create a shortcut to the 'HideTaskbar.exe' in the Start Menus 'Startup' folder to make it happen upon each bootup.

    Attachment 68549



    (Requires Dot.Net 2.0 or higher)

    EDIT: Works for Vista too btw!

    Thanks Generator it still works perfectly!!! Great work and greatly appreciated!!!
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  4. Posts : 1
    win 7 64
       #74

    help


    Hi.. your app works but it doesn't last long. It's hidden for a few minutes then it automatically appears even if I didn't click of the show exe
    Please help
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  5. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 Ultimate (Retail)
       #75

    8 years too late, thanks Generator!
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  6. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 Home 64 bit
       #76

    Just Installed myself ..... Works great on Windows 10


    Generator said:
    I can remove your taskbar 100% but you will still be able to open the Start Menu with the Windows key on your keyboard if that's any good to you. :)

    I found the C# source code but it came as code for a small application with two buttons (one to hide the Taskbar and Start Button and one to show them again). I've modified the code to automatically do what you want upon running it and then it exits, it uses the Windows API so there isn't any dirty hacks involved either.

    To make life easier I made it into two exe's, one does the hiding and the other one shows it again.

    Attachment 68549

    EDIT: Works for Vista too btw!

    Just an Update - December 2018 - Just Installed .....
    Works great on Windows 10

    Thanks!
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  7. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #77

    Generator said:
    I can remove your taskbar 100% but you will still be able to open the Start Menu with the Windows key on your keyboard if that's any good to you. :)

    I found the C# source code here but it came as code for a small application with two buttons (one to hide the Taskbar and Start Button and one to show them again). I've modified the code to automatically do what you want upon running it and then it exits, it uses the Windows API so there isn't any dirty hacks involved either.

    To make life easier I made it into two exe's, one does the hiding and the other one shows it again.

    Simply extract the exe's to your Windows folder and create a shortcut to the 'HideTaskbar.exe' in the Start Menus 'Startup' folder to make it happen upon each bootup.

    Attachment 68549
    (Requires Dot.Net 2.0 or higher)

    EDIT: Works for Vista too btw!
    Update 2019: Works with Windows 10. After hours of searching this seems to be the only tool on earth that can perform this. But sadly it works only for a few minutes and than resets automatically.
    Last edited by mitkin; 30 Oct 2019 at 16:35.
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