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Prob w/taskbar afetr i speed up my computer,it turned out to a 1900s verxon of taskbar! i h8 it and i wnt to get my old tskbr bck,..pls help me w/ this:( im w/ windows xp) pls,..

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Press the right mouse button on the desktop. Press the right mouse button and select properties. Change your settings to a new theme. Press ok when completed.

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My taskbar is not showing after u start the computer


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If you've logged in and you still can't see the taskbar, it's possible that you've configured the taskbar to "auto-hide." To see if that's what's happening, move the mouse all the way to the bottom of the screen, and the taskbar should pop into view. Unless you've moved the taskbar to the top or side - check by moving the mouse all the way to each edge of the screen until you see the taskbar.

Once you see the taskbar, you can right-click either on the "Start" button or on the clock at the opposite end of the taskbar, and select "Properties" from the menu to turn off auto-hide (if you want to - some people like it once they're used to it). If you want to turn it off, pick the "Taskbar" tab on the Properties dialog, and uncheck the "auto-hide the taskbar" checkbox. Then click OK, and the taskbar should stay visible.

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Help me w/ my tsk bar:(


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If you go to Control panel>>>System then click the 'Advanced' tab followed by performance settings. At the bottom make sure that 'Use visual styles on windows and buttons' is ticked.

Next if you go to your desktop, right click in an empty space, go to 'properties' and make sure that under 'Theme:' 'Windows XP' is selected.

The trouble with speeding up your computer is that it often does look ugly at the end. The trick is to find a balance between speed and looks! I reccomend using a free program such as Iobit Advanced Windows Care Personal to keep your computer running at a reasonable pace without compromising on looks.

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Disable taskbar


- I think you want to 'hide' the task bar? Move the mouse over the top edge of the taskbar until the cursor changes into an up and down shape you can then drag it down so it cannot be seen. Another way - in the taskbar properties you can tick 'auto hide the task bar' so it pops up and down out of view by itself. Please rate me 'thanks for trying' or better, and comment again with more information if this is not the solution you wanted. I might not have understood your problem properly.

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