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Hello, I have a laptop running Windows 7 and all of my windows cover up the task bar, to access it I have to press the windows button. It's not on auto-hide and the windows aren't in full screen mode. I've gone through the properties of the task bar turning everything on and off to see if that was the problem and no look it seems any window which is open automatically scales to the full screen size and put the task bar out of view. I hope someone can help me with my problem.

Thanks, Ash.

asked Nov 07 '12 at 11:48

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What's your screen resolution set to?

(Nov 08 '12 at 11:57) Duodave Duodave's gravatar image

1366 x 768 always been set to that :)

(Nov 09 '12 at 14:51) AshEastham123 AshEastham123's gravatar image

Right click on the task bar and click properties. Tick the box that says "Keep the task bar on top of other windows". That should work if the issue isn't serious.

answered Nov 08 '12 at 04:02

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I actually don't have that option on properties is very annoying.
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answered Nov 08 '12 at 11:43

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That's how it's supposed to be. Try unchecking it, press apply and OK, then restarting, check it, apply, then ok, restart. See if that helps?

(Nov 08 '12 at 15:31) DJ Scooby Doo DJ%20Scooby%20Doo's gravatar image

Ok then it probably has something to do with the screen snap.

(Nov 08 '12 at 15:31) ClosetFuturist ClosetFuturist's gravatar image
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