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Create a shortcut to your application, file, anything. Move the shortcut to here: %appdata%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu This will make the shortcut appear in Start Menu "All Apps". May require restart Find your new Start Menu item by searching or scrolling through "All Apps" Pin it to start


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Disclaimer: This is my answer from a duplicate question but no answer from that question has been upvoted or marked at the time of writing this so it cannot be chosen as a potential duplicate. Right click on the taskbar and select Properties. Where it says Taskbar buttons, you want to set it to Always combine, hide labels. Result:


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Yes, it is possible to change the color of the taskbar. It will change the color of the Start menu and action center as well though. Right click on the desktop, then select Personalize. On the left side select Colors. Turn Off Automatically pick an accent color from my background and then choose the color you want. Now below that, turn On Show ...


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Update There is a C:\Windows\SystemApps\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\Assets directory that contains images used by Edge. You can replace the blue ones with the black/white ones, or bring your own. After changing the files, you need to restart the computer. Also unpin and repin Microsoft Edge in the taskbar. They do require permission to ...


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I worked it out: My taskbar is too small to show the date, if I drag it to increase the size it pops up. My screen is HiDPI, so the text is relatively large, and the Date gets cut off if the taskbar is made smaller.


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Alternatively , Since windows 10 supports the apps , you should be able to find digital clock app in windows store and install it. Windows 10 Store App Store Youtube Video Or How to enable gadgets on Windows 10 You can enable gadgets for windows 10 which is not recommended anymore by Microsoft and add digital clock to your desktop. Windows 10 ...


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Do you have the search hidden on the taskbar? I was having this same issues that persisted through reboots, but re-enabling the search icon/box and then disabling it again allowed both taskbars to auto-hide.


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For those who likes keyboard shortcuts, there is a faster workaround than the right click/mark all as read. Select any message in your Inbox and use CTRL+U, CTRL+K. This will mark the message as Unread, then Read, and the envelope will vanish.


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its a known bug I found it on the Microsoft web site, right click a running application from the taskbar when you have the contextual menu open left click and drag the taskbar and it jumps to the top of the screen, there is a hot fix for it but they say its not fully tested so install at your own risk. they only true way to restore it is to remove the gpo or ...


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Install StartIsBack++, it has an option to use larger Icons.



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