Help, Resources, and Tips
Have you ever had your Taskbar disappear off the bottom of your screen? If not, you will want to remember this tip because it can be quite a surprise when it happens. The Windows taskbar that normally sits at the bottom of your screen can be collapsed or moved to any other side of your screen. If you have accidentally collapsed your taskbar, just move your cursor to the bottom of your screen slowly until it changes from an "I" shape to a double-headed arrow. Once you get the double-headed arrow, pull the edge up until you have the taskbar at the width you want. You can use the same technique to make your taskbar wider. To move your taskbar to another location, just drag it to any other edge of the screen. If you want your Taskbar to hide until you move the mouse to the bottom of the screen, go to Taskbar and Start Menu under the Control Panel and put a check mark beside "Auto-hide the taskbar".
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