Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
The taskbar is always running in Windows Vista. Unlike Windows XP, it
can't be unlocked and hidden unless the 'auto-hide' feature is turned
on. If 'auto-hide' is on, simply run your cursor along the bottom edge
of the screen and the taskbar should pop-up.
To disable auto-hide, after moving your cursor to bring up the taskbar, right click the taskbar and click properties. Then under the Taskbar tab, uncheck auto-hide.
If auto-hide is off, it may indicate that explorer.exe is not running/has crashed. In order to restart explorer.exe you can either
2) Press CTRL+Shift+Escape, File -> New Task and then type in explorer.exe and run
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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