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You could simply write a Autohotkey-Script to open and resize the two windows and pin it to the bar... To activate/open the windows http://www.autohotkey.com/docs/commands/WinActivate.htm Then resize the window as you need it: http://www.autohotkey.com/docs/commands/WinMove.htm Obviously, you will still have two windows, but as far as I understand your ...


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To view two windows on your desktop side by side you can use the Snap feature of Windows 7 and work on them without overlapping or minimizing the other one. For each windows to have it's separate taskbar icon you can choose never combine option of 'taskbar button' property from taskbar properties, by right clicking on the taskbar. With always combine ...


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You can't put multiple applications into one taskbar icon. But you can change when the taskbar groups the icons. AS for two windows on the same screen just drag the window to the edge of the screen and drag the other window to the opposite side. If you have dual monitors just hit windows key and either the left or right arrow key. This will snap the ...


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You may also try to clear/rebuild the Icon Cache. Close and save everything you got open. Open Taskmanager Find and stop the Explorer.exe process In Taskmanager click the Tab Applications and start a new Process CMD.exe In command line enter: CD /d %userprofile%\AppData\Local Still in command line: DEL IconCache.db /a and afterwards Exit In Taskmanger ...


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Try this Start ► Control Panel ► Personalisation ► Window Colour ► Advanced Appearance Settings► Item ► In the drop down list select Icon ► The default size for all icons is 32.


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Set the primary desktop to be anything but your laptop, and set the taskbar to that monitor as well. As you move out and disconnect any external monitor, windows will change the primary monitor and thus move your taskbar. Plugging it back in should move the taskbar back to the primary monitor.


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You can selectively choose which settings to be synced. Open charms bar (Win+C) and select Settings and then Change PC settings in the bottom. Now select Sync your settings tab to view what is being synced. You can turn the slider off on Desktop Personalization to prevent themes and taskbar from being synced.


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I was having this problem and it occurred after I changed my battery charging mode to "Optimize for battery health" After changing it back to "Always fully charge" the icon hover time is now permanent again.


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You could try to change DPI Scaling Size go to Control Panel -> Personalization -> Display Method 1: uncheck the Let me choose one scaling level for all my displays and use the slider (smaller or gigger) Method 2: check the Let me choose one scaling level for all my displays and select one option from the radio boxes (and you can also check the Custom ...


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Try this: Right-click on the taskbar and press "Properties" Select the checkbox for "Use small taskbar buttons" Press OK


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Solution Download and install the tool "7+ Taskbar Tweaker". Then when running it go to advanced settings which are hidden in the try icon. In the advanced settings you can set the min widht from 0 to 1. Restart your computer. Now you can reduce the size of your sidebar to a minimum.


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This is due to Connected Standby. A simple change of a registry key and a system restart exposes all the legacy functionality and will return the time remaining: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\CsEnabled (1->0)


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I have the same problem with Windows 7 x64 and my thin Taskbar ["ThinTask V2" or "Thinner Taskbar"], sided on the left: some icons dissapear by themselves and others when hovering over them [or the other way around]. Well, if we wan't to be more specific, the icons do not dissapear but get transparent ["empty"] I did some research and came out of course ...


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I had the same problem with my Dell XPS 15z. it turns out that the disappearing taskbar previews only occurs when I am operating with a fully charged battery and line current (battery charger)connected. Once the line current is removed (operating on battery) or operating with line current and a charging battery, the previews remain visible as long as I hover ...


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I just clicked and dragged the Eclipse icon to the taskbar. Pinned.


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Disable "Show Windows Store Apps on the TaskBar" in the taskbar properties and be happy.


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This worked for me: 1 - Copy / paste the executable "eclipse.exe" on the desktop 2 - Pinning to Taskbar 3 - Delete the desktop executable 4 - Right-click on the eclipse icon in the taskbar > right click on the eclipse icon in the list > Properties 5 - Change the path to the executable (target : ..../eclipse.exe) and change the directory (Start in:) ...


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Create a new folder on your desktop and name it Dummy Folder. Right click on taskbar and create new toolbar of dummy folder on your taskbar. Now you can drag the dummy toolbar to place your ican wherever you want. I you want more help go to How to Center Icons on Windows 8 Taskbar – Tips


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Assuming the icons ended up like this without the use of any third party applications, this should sort it out for you. Right click on a blank area of the taskbar and look in the Toolbars sub-menu. Uncheck (by left clicking) everything in there so that it looks like this: .n.b. if multiple items are checked, you will need to go through this process for ...


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I just ran into this issue today. You just need Windows to call the icons again. Just find the actual program and right click on it and pin it to the taskbar. Do this for any programs in the task bar that are not displaying the correct icon. It should correct itself.


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On Windows 8.1 you can get rid of it with these settings: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Taskband] "NumThumbnails"=dword:00000000 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced] "ExtendedUIHoverTime"=dword:41fffffe Import them and restart ...


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One of the main points of the Vista+ redesign of the taskbar was to prevent eating up space with both a pinned icon AND an active icon for a single program, and so Windows is not going to inherently support the layout you desire. The odds are you'd need to find a 3rd party utility that can provide it without losing other functionality, but I know of none ...



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