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Everyone knows the Windows Taskbar. How can you not? It's sitting there at the bottom of every copy of Windows since version ...
3.1. Even Windows 7 has a taskbar, albeit a much improved one. There are some clever tweaks you can use with the taskbar that you might not know about, so here they are!
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Hi, this is Mike Callahan, Dr. File Finder and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on tweaking the windows taskbar. Now everybody knows what a taskbar, it’s sitting down there in every version of windows in 3.1. But there’s a little tweaks you can do. So we’ll click start, settings, go to taskbar and start menu. One thing you could do is you can lock the taskbar which makes it immovable so that it stays right where it is. I don’t like to do that.
Another co-feature is auto hide the taskbar. Now you check that and click apply and you will notice that the taskbar just disappeared. Now if you move your mouse cursor down, taskbar is back. Some people like this because it gets the taskbar out of their way and when they need it there, it is right there. We’ll turn it off though and click apply so that you can see the taskbar for the rest of this tutorial.
Now, keeping the taskbar on top of other windows, this is usually on by default because if you don’t have it on then any other programs you have opened can cover up the taskbar which means you’d have to dig for it in order to find it. So I suggest keeping that one on. You can group similar taskbar buttons, that’s the handy feature simply because it helps you take up less space in the taskbar. Show the quick launch, here’s the quick launch down here, I like having it displayed but if you uncheck it and click apply it disappears. It gives you more room for taskbar items. But I like having the quick launch, your mileage may vary, we’ll click apply. We’re clicking the quick launch back.
Now show the clock. The clock is way down here at the far end. If you like having it displayed it show you the date and the time and lastly is hide inactive icons. This is kind of a cool feature because it will hide the icons in the tray when they are not being use. And if there are certain icons that you want to either see all the time or hide all the time, you can go in and customize that so if you always want to see volume, you can go in and say “always show” and then it will never be hidden. Now if there are other things you want to have always hidden you can go in and check that, you click okay. Click apply, click okay and that’s all there is to it.