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When I was cleaning my mouse, I accidentally moved the taksbar to the top of the screen. I remember that in previous versions of windows, I could just drag it down, but it's not working right now. How do I bring it back down?

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Right click on the taskbar, uncheck "lock the taskbar" and drag it down. To prevent unlocking it again, right click it again and click "lock taskbar".

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Stage. The taskbar appears to have been locked when it moved... Anyway, this solved the problem. – AndrejaKo Feb 28 '11 at 20:53
    
@AndrejaKo: Yeah, there is a small bug where it does not perform the lock check. – Tom Wijsman Feb 28 '11 at 20:55

You can drag it back into place. You should also right click it and make sure that the taskbar isn't locked.

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