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This isn't much better, but it does technically avoid un-maximizing any windows. Assuming you currently have two maximized Chrome windows, we'll call them window A and window B: Drag the tab in question off of the tab bar of window A, then release; it will become the only tab in a new window C. Alt-Tab over to window B. Alt-Tab ...


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You can use a plug in in Chrome to rename the tabs which may help Rename tab This extension lets you change the title of the current tab to something more descriptive. You can even 'lock' a title to a tab, even if you navigate to a different page! Please note that this will not work well on websites which dynamically change the tile of the page, or only ...


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Rightclick your desktop and choose "Personalize", then save your theme. Open C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Themes\THEMENAME.theme and change the VisualStyles section: [VisualStyles] ; black taskbar text: Path=%SystemRoot%\resources\themes\Aero\AeroLite.msstyles Path=%SystemRoot%\resources\themes\Aero\Aero.msstyles Normal Aero uses ...


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It's possible that the NumThumbnails registry value is set to 1. What it does is if you open more than one instance of the program, it stacks the items instead of showing the thumb images. Start Regedit.exe and go to the following registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Taskband Delete the NumThumbnails value ...


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I found this solution for Taskbar and icons that disappear: Go to Task Manager Right click on Explorer, Properties Go to Security tab, click Advanced Change ownership to Everyone. Check all permissions boxes.


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There is no built-in option in Windows to completely hide the Taskbar (other than setting it to Auto-hide). Using NirCmd or a similar 3rd party tool, you can hide the Taskbar using it's Windows Class name. Command-line to hide the Taskbar nircmd.exe win hide class Shell_TrayWnd And to show the taskbar, use: nircmd.exe win show class Shell_TrayWnd ...


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This happened to me. I noticed restarting my computer fixed the issue, but that isn't a good solution. I then found this: Can't Right Click on Windows 10 Taskbar Icons "Press control shift escape then locate windows explorer in the windows processes. Right click windows explorer then click restart." I now have my context menus back! Hope this helps.


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I am guessing that a program is notifying you and the program on the list will turn a orange yellow color and if you click the program then minimize it the task bar should go down. PS. This happens to me all the time.


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Normally, a red cross means that there is no physical connection to the network. It's weird that you get this error even if you have a IP address. Please try to disable and re-enable the adapter on the server. If it doesn't work, please check if the following link is helpful: (It's for Windows7, but it might be helpful) Windows 7 shows red “X” on network ...


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%AppData%\..\Local\TileDataLayer\Database Seems to be what you're looking for. There's a couple files in there, if you transfer that entire folder to a different PC you get your pinned tiles back. Credits go to TPreston


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Officially taskbar is part of a component of explorer.exe, you can't hide the tasbar then remain the shortcut and folder on desktop, unless you have ability to mod the explorer.exe, or use some third party software, this is not the scope to talk in superuser. If you dont care and want to do so, you can run taskkill /F /IM explorer.exe on command prompt, or ...


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I want to remove the preview also then I used Taskbar Thumbnails Tuner to achieved it. Although it said it is working on Windows 7 and 8 only, I have tested it is also working on Windows 10. The step is simple: Click "Disable Thumbnails" Click "Apply" No need to restart or logout to take effect



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