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Is there a trick to temporary hideing the top and bottom bars on my computer screen?

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  • northerninsu Nov 20, 2009

    What about the top?

  • northerninsu Nov 20, 2009

    Thank You but what about the top Tool Bar?

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For that go to start ->control panel->Task bar and start menu.
Then open it then enable check box named "Auto hide the taskbar."
then apply and ok.
Then it hides the taskbar.
When you move cursor on it's position then it show .
Let me know if you need further assistance.

Posted on Nov 20, 2009

  • Right click on top tool bar then click on proeperty choose option for hide it .

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