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Topic: Shoving the start button to the bottom, windows dual-taskbar (Read 2312 times) previous topic - next topic
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Shoving the start button to the bottom, windows dual-taskbar

I've finally increased my taskbar to not one, but two () lines. One thing I miss is the start button being on the second line, as I often shove my cursor to a corner and click, expecting the start menu. I've tried but I can't seem to move it, so any tips would be great

edit: ...whoever changed my avatar is a genius.
err... i'm not using windows any more ;)

Shoving the start button to the bottom, windows dual-taskbar

Reply #1
make sure it isn't locked

Shoving the start button to the bottom, windows dual-taskbar

Reply #2
damn you. i've had mine like that too, and i never noticed that the start button was wandering till you mentioned it.

anyways, i never click on the start button. i always use the start key on my keyboard.

Shoving the start button to the bottom, windows dual-taskbar

Reply #3
make sure it isn't locked

... No, I totally didn't try unlocking it and dragging it to the bottom before posting.
err... i'm not using windows any more ;)

Shoving the start button to the bottom, windows dual-taskbar

Reply #4
I don't know how to move it and consider it to be a UI flaw (wouldn't be the only one), but because of this I just moved the whole damn task bar to the top of the screen.

Not a very useful answer though, I guess.
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