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I have a Windows 8 tablet-laptop combo with which I have an issue.

To save space, I keep my task bar at the left side of the screen. This is fine when using the device in landscape mode, but when I rotate it to portrait, the task bar still occupies the left side, which is now one of the wide sides. This takes up a lot of space, so I would like the task bar to stay in the same absolute position when rotating (i.e. left side in landscape, top side in portrait). Is there any first- or third-party solution to this out there?

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Perhaps this script can be made to run automatically somehow. – Karan May 2 '13 at 17:23

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