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You can use 7+ Taskbar Tweaker. Right click the title bar to go to Advanced Options Under OptionsEx, set the w10_large_icons to 1
I can reproduce the problem too. Just in PuTTY. Other applications work correctly. I do not think you can fix it. It seems like a bug in Windows 10. I wanted to report the bug to PuTTY authors, but actually they are aware already. See PuTTY bug win10-jumplists. A workaround for the Windows 10 bug has been implemented in PuTTY already: ...
You can do this without any external programs by modifying the registry. According this video on how to Make Windows 10 Taskbar Thumbnails Bigger: Open registry - Win + R and type regedit Go to path HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Taskband Add new DWORD 32 Bit Value Key: MinThumbSizePx Value: Number of pixels ...
[DISCLAIMER] This is not actually a fix, more of a hack to make this work since it annoyed the hell out of me. First of all, you need to find out what the AppID of the app (here IntelliJ) is. To do this, you can use Taskbar Tweaker (you can uninstall it afterwards). Open the program and go to Taskbar Inspector. The string next to the arrow is the AppID. ...
To add clarity to the other answer relating to 7+ Taskbar Tweaker (http://rammichael.com/7-taskbar-tweaker-v4-4), to access the advanced options you will need to right click on the icon in the system tray and select "Advanced Options". Near the bottom of the list is "w10_large_icons". Simply right-click on the 0 beside it and modify it to a 1, apply the ...
Uninstall the Update KB3072318. This is the update that shows the message to upgrade to Windows 10 during the OOBE. This update has a known bug which causes that problem. To remove the update, go to Control Panel -> Programs -> Installed Updates
You're in luck. When hitting the Start button (or the Start key on your keyboard), it is already programmed to allow for searching right away. For instance, hit the start button, and start typing "Explorer" and it will automatically start searching. No need to press Win + S
Follow these steps: Right-click an empty area on the taskbar, and then tap or click Properties Navigate to Taskbar tab > Notification Area and click Customize... Select Turn system icons on or off Under Behaviors, select On next to Power then click OK That should resolve the issue.
If you pin a program, it should be in that location. Have you tried copying and pasting the path in Windows Explorer? It should take you there. Anyway, you can use a program like Everything Search Engine to find the path where your pinned programs are stored in your PC.
I had this issue, and found the root cause, immediate work-around, and long term fix: Root Cause: if your combined PATH environment variables are more than 2048 characters, then it (and WINDIR) stop being visible in many contexts. This may cause start menu items/programs to be "not found", even though they are in fact there, and work if run manually from ...
I had this problem after upgrading from Win 7 64bit to Win 10. What I found was that Microsoft's OneDrive app was causing the issue. Once I exited OneDrive from the hidden icon area, my taskbar went back to normal. I've since uninstalled OneDrive completely.
Yes, you must left click on the desktop and then: TAB + TAB + TAB + left or right arrow key. The right mouse click is also a key on my keyboard under shift.
This is not possible. Either not set it to show all icons, and set all but that specific program to show all icons and notifications, or find a replacement program for WhatPulse that does the same except for these notifications.
You can disable all notifications with Local Group Policy Editor Launch gpedit.msc Go to User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Start Menu and Taskbar Enable Turn off feature advertisement balloon notifications, and as you wish Turn off all balloon notifications Note that if you turn off all notifications and your password is set to ...
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