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The best solution is: open Explorer and navigate to %AppData%\Microsoft\Windows\Recent\AutomaticDestinations folder. Delete all the automaticDestinations-ms files you see here. This will however clear the Jump List history for all your programs. Restart the computer and open a few folders/files randomly to see if the Jump List is building up. ;) Found ...
RenameTab Extension for Chrome. It seems to do what you want: Rename tab / Window Changes show in Explorer / Taskbar Works in Explorer: Also works when you have "Never Combine" enabled:
This is possible, but quite hacky. Lets consider, you have three windows of the same application: A, B and C. You want them to be shown on task bar as [A][B][C], while they are shown in some other order. To achieve this do the following: Activate the windows one by one in the order, which is reversal of the desired order, i.e. activate window C, then B, ...
Sorry for the late answer... This seems to be a bug in some applications on Windows 10. VisualStudio Code fixed it in their 0.8.0 insiders preview. https://code.visualstudio.com/Issues/Detail/18603 You might want to switch to insiders version of Visual Studio Code, in my opinion it is as good as the stable version: ...
Go to taskbar properties & UN-check "Use small taskbar button". When you use the small taskbar buttons there is not enough room for the date unless you increase the taskbar size. [Not using small buttons]
The weekday will be shown on your horizontal taskbar when you either Have Small Taskbar Icons enabled and the Taskbar is at least 3 rows high or Have Small Taskbar Icons disabled and the Tasbar is at least 2 rows high If you use the vertical taskbar You need to have it at least 80 pixels wide @ 100% scaling If you can't pull on your taskbar to ...
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