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Autohide the Taskbar in Windows 7 64 bit

I constantly have a problem getting the taskbar to autohide. I go to the taskbar properties and check the autohide box and the lock the taskbar box, and then click apply. The taskbar consistantly refuses to autohide until I reboot the computer and then it will only autohide once and then quit autohiding. Anyone have any suggestions?

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Are there any issues outstanding

In reply to: Autohide the Taskbar in Windows 7 64 bit

in the Windows 7 Help center? It usually displays as an icon in the Notification Area, (where the clock is). I'm not sure if I have used the right name, it's the icon that looks like a flag.

I'm just guessing that if any issues remain, eg outstanding updates, other problems, Win 7 may be calling the Taskbar back up to notify you.

Other than that, I can't say.

Mark

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It worked

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Thankyou, your suggestion worked!

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(NT) Glad you solved it, and thanks for reporting back.

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