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Help with Taskbar(Aero)

I don't know what i did to my computer (windows 7)
But now, whenever I maximise or aero snap to the top, the window fills up all of the space, even under the taskbar, which isn't set to auto-hide

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Keep the Taskbar on top of other windows.

In reply to: Help with Taskbar(Aero)

Right click the Taskbar, select Properties. Look for an option that says, "Keep the Taskbar on top of other windows".

See if that helps.

Mark

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Help

In reply to: Keep the Taskbar on top of other windows.

I have this problem but there is no "Keep the taskbar ontop of other windows" option. I need help! Please, now do I fix this?!?!?!?!?!?

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True.

In reply to: Help

That box is no more. The only time I have any issue with the original post above is a very old application.

My workaround is to not maximize the window or snap to the top.

No cure is planned for this one.
Bob

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