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I have the same specification for my PC and all you need to do is right click on one of the start menu, properties, then customize in the notification area for icons such as the clock and you can modify what icons display only for notifications, all the time, or neither.
My suggestion is to set the 'Start Menu' and 'Notification area' to default settings.
1) Right-click the Start icon and select Properties.
Click Taskbar tab > click 'Customize...' in Motification area' section.
Uncheck 'Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbar' (it looks like you have this on)
Click 'Restore default icon behaviors'
test to see if taht fixes the issue.
If all is OK, Re-check the 'Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbar' if you like and test again.
Do you have Windows 7? If so, you can right-click on the bottom right corner of your desktop (try right-clicking the time/date), where the icons for volume control, wireless, battery, etc... should be and select Properties. You should then see a screen where you can turn on/off the icons/notifications for battery power (sometimes my volume control disappears and i have to do this.
Otherwise you can go here, Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Notification Area Icons and you should find the same thing. Then just turn on your battery power icon/notifications.
Hope this helps.
Hi! Please try doing the steps below: 1.Open Control Panel and double click on the Regional and Language Options icon. 2.In the first tab, Regional Options,
select English (US), English (UK), or any other English (there are many
versions of English pre-loaded) as per your wish. The option is
available in the first drop down list under Standards and Formats. You may also click the Customize button next to the drop down to customize the format of date, time, currency etc. 3.Click on the next tab, Languages and then click the button labeled Details. In the Text Services and Input Languages dialog box, you can see all the installed languages. Select English in the list of available languages under Default Language Settings. 4.To create a keyboard shortcut for switching among installed languages, use the Key Settings under Preferences. Please note that you can also use the Language bar to switch among languages. Click OKto close the dialog box. 5.To set English as the default language for the particular user account, click on the Advanced tab of Regional and Language Options dialog box. Make sure English is being displayed in the drop down box and check the last option in the dialog box. 6.Click OK to close the dialog box and log off for the settings to take effect.
Hope this helps. Thanks for reading my suggestion.
Ok, I am not sure if you are talking about the items in your bin or the whole icon itself. If you deleted the whole icon itself you will need to do this.
Go to your control panel find the icon that says display. Open this by clicking on it.
Then click at the top where it says desktop. Click the link that says customize desktop. In the center you will see icons and things. You can change your icons or restore defaults and get your bin back.
First, right click on the taskbar and select Properties from the right click menu.
Alternatively, you can go to the Control Panel and type the word 'taskbar' in the search box from the upper-right side. Once the search results are loaded, click on the link that says 'Customize icons on the taskbar'.
The Taskbar and Start Menu Properties window will show up on your screen. Here, go to the tab called Notification Area. In the System icons section check the Volume box and click on OK.
The Volume Mixer icon will now show up in the notification area of your taskbar
I hope that this information was helpful and thank you for contacting the experts.
hi there.. dont panic do the following sir --> left click ont he screen --> go to properties --> click on desktop tab --> click on 'Customize Desktop' bottom left side --> click the icons you want to appear on desktop on 'Desktop Items' Window --> dont press ok yet --> click on web tab on the same window --> un-check all the checked items --> click ok --> click ok again --> you will se the items on screen.
1. Right-click the desktop, and then click Properties. 2. On the Desktop tab, click Customize Desktop. 3. Under Desktop icons, click to select the check boxes of the icons you want to view. 4. Click OK two times.