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Windows 7: remove ray of light

09 Feb 2010   #11

win 7 64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by FZ21Z View Post
The ray of light is extended from the taskbar isn't it?

Attachment 1 is of the normal view, and attachment 2 is with show desktop, and you can see where the ray of light starts.

So looks like this is normal.

yeah like that, its ok just would prefer not like that as its not part of my desktop background and as is very dark it is noticeable

but yes no huge deal

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 remove ray of light

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