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Two things to try: Rebuild Windows Icon Cache, either by simply deleting the DB or following the directions for CMD use. You wrote "I love the Windows Classic look-n-feel," so I assume you use Classic Shell and Classic Start Menu, which has a setting to "pre-cache" icons. If that cache is corrupted, it might need to be reloaded. In the Classic Start Menu ...


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RE: Thumbnail didn't work (Windows 7). I would check it and it would instantly uncheck and not work. My solution: I went into VIEW and UNCHECKED RULER and GRID-LINES, and then I could check THUMBNAILS and it WORKED!


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There are two options of installing Hangouts from the Chrome Web Store on your computer. I suspect you have the Hangouts App installed. Hangouts (App) Hangouts (Extension) You can disable the app (or remove it altogether) and try the Hangouts Extension. The Hangouts Extension will start when Chrome starts minimized in the notification area of your ...


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I placed the On Screen Keyboard shortcut on the desktop. Once you open the keyboard, press the TAB key, the TaskBar will popup. No swipe method I tried worked.


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7+ Taskbar Tweaker has some great options for customizing the taskbar. It will allow you to place new windows which are opened for an existing application next to the existing windows in the taskbar, but without actually combining them. The end result is that there's a little more space between them (since they aren't grouped), but they each get their own ...


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You can work around this by creating a command prompt, pin it to the task bar, and then change the target to what you want. Found here: http://mattrefghi.com/blog/2012/06/how-to-pin-a-batch-file-to-the-taskbar-in-windows-7/ Click the Start button. Start typing “Command Prompt” in the search box. Right-click Command Prompt once it appears in the ...


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I'm going to add some additional conditions that prevent the adding of some programs to the taskbar in the windows environment. One of which has to do with reserved hot-words that are contained in the file-name. Windows prevents file-names with the following list of words from being pinned to the taskbar: Documentation;Help;Install;More ...


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I've been experiencing the exact same issue for years. Haven't found the reason or how to fix it, but you might want to try out the following workaround: AutoHotkey script ~LButton:: coordmode, mouse, screen mousegetpos, mX, mY if mY = 767 ; THIS HAS TO BE YOUR CURRENT SCREEN HEIGHT RESOLUTION. can also be " > 750 " or sth. like that { send #t ...


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I installed "Microsoft Office Tools" from Office 2000 (Office 10). It contains the "Microsoft Office Shortcut-bar" which stays perfectly at the left side of the Screen. The 2000 Office Installation runs in parellel to Office 2010.


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3rd box down, it actually says "use small taskbar buttons" My eyes skipped over it at first too, since I was looking for the word "icons". Unchecking this brought the date back for me next to the time


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If you want just clock and time (instead of the whole System Tray), you can install 8GadgetPack, then install it and add the gadgets for date and time, and drag them to the taskbar in the second monitor. This way, you have the date and time in both monitors.


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https://github.com/plerup/LaunchBar get the setup from the author website. "Please note that as opposed to the original QuickLaunch toolbar, the LaunchBar toolbar window cannot be manually resized, only positioned. It will always just be one button wide/high and adjusted to the number of buttons present."


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RIGHT CLICK ON THE TASK BAR, CLICK PROPERTIES, DISABLE "SHOW WINDOWS STORE APPS ON THE TASK BAR", CLICK "APPLY" AND THEN "OK". DOWN SWIPE FROM AN INCH ABOVE THE BOTTOM TO OFF THE SCREEN AND THEN UP SWIPE, THE TASK BAR WILL APPEAR. TAP THE SCREEN AND THE TASK BAR WILL DISAPPEAR.


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In windows 8.1, if you already have explorer/a folder pinned to your taskbar (I believe one is pinned by default), you can just drag and drop a folder onto the already pinned icon to add it to the list of sub-pinned folders.


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The article SecureCRT 6.5 and Windows 7 Taskbar may relate to this problem : To disable Aero Peek functionality within SecureCRT, follow these steps (assuming you're running SecureCRT 6.5 Official release or later): Browse to the location of the SecureCRT configuration folder as displayed in Global Options, General, Configuration folder. ...


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Can you try Disabling the Taskbar thumbnail view and try enabling it back after a reboot and check the behavior?. Press Windows key+r > gpedit.msc and press enter > User Configuration in the left pane > Administrative Templates > Start Menu and Taskbar > in right pane, select “Turn off Taskbar Thumbnails” > double click > Disabled. Now, go to command ...



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