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Screen keeps minamizing and go to taskbar on screen

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Please Please Please is there a way to keep that totally aggravating AOL welcome screen from opening every time I log into aol desktop 9.7?


Right click on your taskbar and click "task manager". then click on the "more details" arrow and the window will widen. Go over to the "start up" tab and find AOL and disable it. If not that, there should be settings within AOL to keep that from happening.

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How to move icons from left side to bottom of screen


On all windows apart from Windows 8, you drag them from the desktop (left hand side) to the bottom (taskbar) with the mouse.

If the taskbar gets full up the icons might disappear.
The double bar at the end of the taskbar must be moved to the right for more of the taskbar to appear.

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Emachine taskbar is vertical


rightclick on the taskbar, uncheck "lock taskbar" option, then click-hold+drag the taskbar to the bottom, top or other side of the screen. then lock.

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I need 2 minamize my screen


Just go to the Desktop - Desktop Assistant - Control Panel - Display -and adjust the settings it should give you the option to keep or return to the past settings

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Need to move start button


You should be able to click anywhere on the taskbar (that is unoccupied by icons or links) and drag it back to the bottom.

To keep it from moving, you can right click on the taskbar and hit 'Lock Taskbar'

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I want to change the position of task bar from vertical to horizontal.


In order to move your taskbar to different sides of the screen, first right-click on the task bar and un check "Lock the Taskbar".and drag it in the direction that you want. When you have it positioned, right click and select "Lock the Taskbar" to keep it where you have it set

May 18, 2010 | PC Desktops

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The taskbar disppears. I have it locked so that it should always be on top of everything else but when it goes into hibernation and it restarted it disappears.


I'm had the same problem with my system. if the 'Start' button is still visible, so you can right-click that, select 'Properties' and change the TaskBar settings.select the 'Autohide the Taskbar' and applying that change will result in the Taskbar appearing again (at least when the mouse pointer is positioned by the Taskbar).


if the above one does not work a simple solution that will work:

1. Hit CTRL+ESC to show the Start menu.
2. Right click the menu at the bottom for Properties.
3. Select the Taskbar tab.
4. Check Autohide Taskbar and click the apply button.
5. Uncheck Autohide Taskbar and click the apply button once more.

Your taskbar should reappear when you've completed these 5 steps.

Please give this a try before messing with registry or recovering your machine!

If the taskbar does not show up when you press CTRL+ESC then explorer.exe may not be running. To correct this press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC which will bring up the task manager. Click File, New. Find explorer.exe and open it.


Go into Task Manager. Find explorer.exe and end the process. Restart explorer.exe. If your taskbar magically reappears, you've found the issue. Here are some other symptoms:

After a Windows Vista-based computer has been running for an extended period of time, the desktop screen may stop updating correctly. For example, you may experience any of the following symptoms: • Parts of the screen may go black. • Parts of the screen may become transparent. • The toolbar may disappear. • The toolbar may appear at the top of the screen instead of at the bottom of the screen.
If you add the GDI Objects column for the Explorer.exe process in the Task Manager console, you see that the GDI Objects column has reached the maximal number that is defined in the GDIProcessHandleQuota registry entry.

A hotfix is available from Microsoft: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932406

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Taskbar keeps flickering in windows vista


Possible vga driver fault, update graphics driver.

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Black screen on emachine c2881


3 things. If you hit the windows button does the taskbar show on the bottom? Also, right click in the middle of the desktop and click on "Personalize" (Vista) to change the screen saver and see if that fixes your problem. Assuming you can see the "Start" button, do the following: Right click on Start, click Properties, click on the Taskbar tab and make sure the box is checked next to "keep taskbar on top of all windows"

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TASKBAR PROBLEM


*Right click the taskbar and make sure the "Lock the Taskbar" option is NOT ticked

click and hold a blank space of the taskbar and move the cursor to where you would like it to be sitting so if you would like it to run across the bottom of the screen move the cursor while still holding down to the bottom of the screen, this should make it look more like what it should :)

Thanks!

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