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Though this doesn't completely answer your question, This was possible till Windows 8.1 using the minWidth registry hack found here. In Windows 10, it is possible if you move your taskbar to a side... Or, You could use a 3rd party program called 7+ Taskbar Tweaker...(It was recently updated to work with Win 10.) Result...


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This behaviour isn't something that Windows controls for all applications. Some applications will store and recall their position and size at launch. Those details will often (programme dependent) be stored as x,y coordinates based on the 'main' monitor's top left corner being 0,0 OR potentially from just the corner of the monitor they last resided on. For ...


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I don't know why this is happening, but I found a solution to the problem. There are two folders where the jump lists are stored: C:\Users\Asher\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Recent\AutomaticDestinations C:\Users\Asher\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Recent\CustomDestinations The files aren't named according the application, so you'll have to look ...


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Ctrl+Alt+Del(Task Manager), find Windows Explorer, right click, Restart, it takes 10 secs. or less the whole process


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(Copied from comments as per TO's request): The thing is, this menu is (as far as I know) not defined by external parameters in the registry or something, it's just part of the logic inside explorer.exe. So we would need to effectively modify explorer.exe's logic, which is possible by loading our own code into it and intercepting the action of opening the ...



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