Is your Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 taskbar three times wider than expected, after you changed the orientation and the position of multiple monitors in the Display settings of your computer? If so, then read on!
Do you enjoy customizing your Windows 7? Would you like to chnage your Windows 7 Start Menu and Taskbar icons in a click by applying select icons packages? 7Conifier will let you do so easily in a click!
There have been a few applications released to display your current weather in your Windows Taskbar, but I find this one very handy. It is compatible with earlier versions of Windows too, displays an animation in the thumbnail preview, wind, [...]
If you’d like to display a clean Windows 7 taskbar, you will have to hide the notification area and the system clock which appears on the right side if the Windows taskbar. To hide the notification area or the system [...]
One of the most visible changes in Windows 7 has been its elegantly designed and very useful taskbar, which can even be further tweaked using Taskbar Thumbnail Resizer or the Windows 7 Taskbar Thumbnail Customizer.
While we have blogged earlier about how to get the Show desktop icon back in Windows 7 taskbar, near the start button, here is a ready-to-use app with a smart icon which can do the same for your in a [...]
We are pleased to release Hide Taskbar. While you can always use the ‘Auto hide’ feature to hide the taskbar and make it appear only when you take your mouse pointer down to the bottom of the desktop, Hide Taskbar lets [...]
We had some time back blogged about how to center your taskbar icons in Windows 7, manually. But I just came across this nice little app called TaskDock, which does something similar and pretty efficiently too!
If, when you click the Windows Start Orb, you find that the start menu has dropped down and hidden behind the taskbar, then you may want to try this solution. This issue may not occur every time, but maybe, only [...]
While you have Show desktop transparent vertical bar at the right side end of the taskbar which also adds the functionality of Desktop Peek, it appears that there are some who miss the old Show desktop icon which appeared on [...]
Give your Windows 7 a different look! The program icons on the Windows 7 by default are situated on the left side on the taskbar, next to your Start orb. But if you’d like them to appear in the center of [...]