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The widgets will not return to the taskbar

The widgets are moving from the taskbar to the idle screen, but are not moving back to the task bar

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Status bar went missing and i need/want it back.


  1. Right-Click on the taskbar and select Properties.
  2. Toggle the 'Auto-Hide the taskbar' checkbox and click Apply.
  3. If it is now checked, move the cursor to the bottom, right, left, or top of the screen and the taskbar should re-appear.
  4. Repeat step three to return to your original setting.

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Task bar at bottom with font size on it has gone


The task bar is an important part of the Windows experience. Not only does it contain a variety of information including what time it is and how much battery life is left it's the way most Windows users open programs and documents. As such, the task bar disappearing is a stressful thing, but fixing this problem on your own is possible.

Auto-Hide Sometimes you may think your task bar has disappeared, but it's really just been set to "auto-hide." Move your mouse to the bottom of the screen and see if it pops up automatically. Then check all four sides of the screen. If the task bar was simply auto-hiding, disable this feature by right-clicking the task bar, clicking "Properties" and unchecking "Auto-hide the Taskbar." b> Reboot b> If your task bar disappears, and auto-hide isn't the culprit, the first thing you should do is reboot your computer this fixes the problems in most instances. Only one problem: because your task bar disappeared you can't access the "Start" menu in order to shut down the computer. Instead press "Alt," "Ctrl," and "Delete" at the same time and press "Restart" in the window that pops up after doing so. Your computer should restart, and in most cases your task bar should come back when it restarts. b> More Options b> If rebooting doesn't fix cause the task bar to reappear, your computer might have a problem starting explorer.exe, the program that displays the task bar and desktop icons in Windows. Press "Ctrl," "Shift," and "Esc" at the same time to bring up the System Manager. Then click "File," followed by "New Task (Run)" and type "explorer.exe" in the dialogue box that pops up. You now have your task bar and desktop icons back. Reboot to see if they stick around after rebooting. If not, repeat the process in the above paragraph. When you have you task bar back click "Start," then "Programs," then "Accessories," then "System Tools" and then "System Restore." Restore the computer to a time when everything was working fine by clicking that date on the calendar. Reboot to see if this fixes the problem. If none of this brought back your task bar permanently it may be time to run a repair install. Change My Task Bar b> In Windows operating systems, the taskbar shows your currently active windows and programs, shortcuts to your favorite programs, the time, your volume control, active programs and the "Start" button. You may want to change the taskbar so it has a different look or to customize it to suit your needs when using your computer. Windows XP users have fewer options than Windows Vista or Windows 7 users, but all operating system owners can make changes to the taskbar.

Right-click in your taskbar. Left-click on "Lock the taskbar" if it is currently checked. Otherwise, click back onto the taskbar. Click on any empty area of the taskbar. Drag the taskbar to the position (bottom, top, left or right side of the screen) you desire, and release it. Re the taskbar by moving your cursor to where the taskbar ends. Your cursor will change to a two-way arrow. Left-click and drag the taskbar until it reaches the you want. Move your cursor over the series of separator bumps between the Start button and the Quick Launch menu, and the Quick Launch menu and the active programs section of the taskbar, to alter the of the Quick Launch menu and the active programs area. Right-click the taskbar, and left-click on "Lock the taskbar" once you've completed the changes you wish to make. b> Change Taskbar Options b> Right-click on the taskbar, and left-click on "Properties." Modify the taskbar settings so that it appears the way you like. You can decide whether to show the Quick Launch menu (a series of icons for your most commonly used programs), to show thumbnails for your active programs in Windows 7 and Windows Vista and to group similar active programs, and to automatically hide the taskbar or to always have it on top of other windows. Click on the "Notification" tab in Windows 7 or Vista to modify the way the notification area to the far right appears. Stay on the taskbar tab in Windows XP. Hide inactive icons, and decide which information to show, including the clock or the volume, power and network icons in Windows 7 and Vista. Click on the "Customize" button to specify which programs or notifications should always show, never show or grow inactive with disuse. Click on the "Toolbars" tab in Windows 7 or Vista to specify which toolbars you wish to see in the taskbar. Your options will vary according to the programs you have installed on your computer but may include the Quick Launch, address bar and links toolbars. Click the "Apply" button, then "OK" once you have made the changes you desire. Hope this helps.

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THE TASK BAR APPEARS AT THE TOP OF THE WINDOW


First, make sure the taskbar is not locked. Right click the taskbar and make sure the is no check mark beside 'Lock the taskbar".

Now, point your cursor just beside the START button (outside the START orb and on the task bar), click and hold and now you can move it to the bottom of the window.

Jul 13, 2010 | Dell Computers & Internet

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How do i get my start button on the left corner of my screen? it is at the top right now.


The Start Button is on one end of the "Taskbar"

Use your mouse to move the cursor anywhere on the task bar, click-and-hold, and drag the taskbar back down to the bottom of the screen.

If it won't move (you try to drag it but it's not going anywhere) then right-click on the task bar and un-check the menu item "Lock the Taskbar" then try again.

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If not, use "add comment" to ask any questions you might have, then check back for answer from me or another FixYa expert!

Jun 18, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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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 | Computers & Internet

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Somehow I moved the startup taskbar from bottom of screen to the top and now don't know how to move it back


Right click mouse on task-bar and under properties you unchecked "lock the task-bar"
in that window you can chose were to place it ore
left click on the task-bar and hold, then move the mouse to you`r left, right, ore where you want to place it and release mouse key.

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Windows XP taskbar sink


This happens because you have set your Taskbar to Autohide mode.

Do the following steps:

  1. Move the mouse to the bottom of screen and let the task bar come up
  2. Right click on task bar
  3. Click on properties
  4. On the Task bar Tab Unchek Auto-hide the task bar
  5. Click Apply
  6. Press OK
Thats it

Sep 25, 2009 | Dell Computers & Internet

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Task bar is missing on bottom of screen after pc wakes up.


mine does this with windows 7, right click on desktop and open 'personalize' then open 'taskbar and start menu'
From here choose to move your taskbar location to the side of the screen and click apply. it should return, then just tell it to go back to the bottom.

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Can't get a Widget back!


This should help you...

Open your widget bar by touching the "W". Once it's open, add all of your widgets to the home screen. Stack them from top of the screen down. that should allow you to scroll down to the one you can't get to otherwise. Now simply move that one up higher, then begin to put back the ones you don't want into your widget bar in order from bottom to top. Once you have them docked back where you want them, click the "X" to close the widget bar.

Problem should be solved.

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Taskbar is on the right side of the screen and not at the bottom. how do i move it back to the bottom


Click you left mouse button  while pointing in the gray area of the taskbar now move the mouse while holding down the button dragging the task bar back to the bottom.

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