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To check current Memory usage on a Windows 7/Vista computer, right click on Task Bar (Task Bar is the Grey/Blue bar at the bottom of the screen) then left click on "Start Task Manager". You will see "Windows Task Manager" window. ...
Click on "Performance" tab within "Windows Task Manager
Right click (hit right mouse button) on task bar and click to lock task bar and uncheck hide task bar. If you cannot right click on time before it disappears move pointer to the bottom of screen and it should reappear. Than follow above steps. If all else fails restart computer clicking on the F8 key repeatedly until start menu comes up , choose safe mode and when the computer starts up your task bar should remain in place, follow above steps to unhindered it permanently and reboot the computer it will start back up in normal mode and your task bar should be "fixed"
A white blank screen? That sounds like the virus changed your display settings. Click Ctrl+Alt+Del to get to the task manager. Press and hold the Ctrl key plus the Alt Key then hit the Del key. When the task manager opens up Click File at the upper left corner of the window then select New Task RUN. When the create New Task Window opens type: explorer.exe and hit OK. See if it starts populating your desktop icons and shows the start menu and task bar. If so, the virus changed your settings.
To change your display background click Start/Control Panel and look for Display or Appearance and Personalization. When it opens select the Desktop tab and change the desktop background. Hopefully the white will go away.
You may have to get into Safe Mode to do the above if the virus disabled the Task Manager.
probably you just messed up the settings ...if you still can click on start ...just right click near the user name ..and properties will appear..click on it ..and you have the settings choice for both the task bar ..and the start menu ...I really hope you will handle it .. if not ..just try to make a system restore task ..and assuming that you no longer have the start ..just click on my computer ..than in the side task bar (left ) you will have tasks and other places...there look for control panel ..and click on it .. be sure the control panel is on the category view..(it has a task in the same left task bar) ..and in the category view click on performance and maintenance ...in this moment you have a second task in the left bar named system restore..click on it ...and follow instructions..choose to restore to an earlier point ...than choose one highlighted date in tha tab ...that you know for sure the computer was fine ...and proceed..If you are lucky and the system was not affected by another kinda virus...and is not a case for reinstallation...your system will restore itself after the reboot to an earlier setting stage ..
try using your menu key on your keyboard. its next to the Ctrl key, that will bring up your start menu which shuld also show the task bar. right click on the task bar and click on properties. make sure "auto hide Task bar is not checked. and lock task bar. you may also have lowered it below your view. try moving your mouse pointer down at the bottom of the screen and see if your pointer turns into an arrow., if it does hold the left mouse button and move it up untill your task bar shows.
Hello you can enable this option(showing volume control in task bar).This is how you enable it.You click on Start button and continue to the Control Panel item of the Start menu,then in the Control Panel window find Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices section, click on it.Then click on Sounds and Audio Devices.In the Volume tab (top line of buttons) you will see a check-box"Place volume icon in the task bar" put a tick on it and click Apply.Now you are done and you should see the volume icon:)
Someone has played a prank on you. If you take the mouse pointer to the bottom edge the task bar will come on. When it comes on right click on it in the blue space and select the properties. Unclick the box for "Auto hide the Task Bar". And your task bar will be visible to you till someone hides it again.