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This can happen under the following circumstances: Your machine is running low on resources. Windows may disable aero when this happens. When you run a program that is not able to support Aero. Windows will change the theme to Windows Basic. You are running dual monitors and one of the monitors is not set to 32 bit color depth. Windows requires 32 bit ...


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I don't think there is a way to set this, I've had a play about with the suggestion on this site: http://www.mydigitallife.info/never-combine-icons-or-only-combine-when-full-but-hide-labels-in-windows-7-taskbar/, however that only appears to affect labels on active programs. I will continue to have a little bit of a Google and if I find anything, come back ...


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Had this issue with Eclipse Mars 64 bits on Windows 10 Pro x64 Insider Preview Build 10130. The only way I managed to fix that is by executing Eclipse as it was a Windows Vista app: Remove any pinned icon to fom the taskbar Right click on the Eclipse executable -> Properties -> Compatibility tab -> Compatibility Mode Check Run this program in ...


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This is due to the Program you are opening itself It seems to have some weird behaviours that windows cannot understand (opening renamed process and closing itself for example) If this really bugs you you might contact the App developer or remove it from your task bar.


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Windows Aero is the premium design of Windows 7. It looks really pretty, like glass (Windows, get it?), and it exists for the sole purpose of showing off then-recent graphical advances. You're not being hacked. Windows is disabling Aero and trying to save itself from shutting down because downloads are so heavy! If you'd like to re-enable it, just follow ...


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Try this: Right-click each affected program's executable and go to compatibility tab. Then check the "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings" Globally fix this in the custom DPI setting. Chose the windows XP scaling mode when you set your DPI. More detail can be found here: Taskbar shows in full screen applications. If the issue ...


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Some process in the taskbar must be setting the focus to its icon to cause the taskbar to appear. When this happens, examine the taskbar to see if you can locate that process. A preventive measure might be to close all unnecessary processes before viewing a video full-screen.


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The Event you are seeing in event Viewer is actually normal.. By Microsoft Doc But the problem here is its getting flooded this might be because of faulty drivers or faulty updates or faulty software's. there are few threads available online for how to solve the 7036 Event Flood. ...


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Do a rightclick on the taskbar, and under search, select disabled. You can still invoke search via + S.


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This happening at night is a sign of WinSAT running on schedule. For some unfathomable reason, Win7 thinks it's important to re-run performance checks every week to update Windows Experience Index "scores" you can see at System properties, regardless of whether your hardware changed at all. As part of the process, it disables Aero to squeeze every last bit ...



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