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How To Hide The Windows 7 Taskbar From View

Windows 7 Taskbar Settings Tutorial

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The Windows taskbar provides easy access to your minimized running applications. In certain situations it may work better for you if you simply hide the Windows taskbar until you need to access it. This tutorial covers the procedure for making changes to the taskbar settings so it can be hidden until you need it.

To hide the taskbar, begin by:

  1. Clicking on the “Start” button or the Pearl in the lower left corner of your computer screen.
  2. Then click on the “Control Panel” shortcut.

  1. Next click on the “Taskbar and Start Menu” option

  1. Next click and check the “Auto-hide the taskbar” option box. You also have the option of making changes to the taskbar’s location if you prefer.

  1. Afterwards, click on the “Okay” button and then back out of the personalization settings and also the control panel.

The information in this article is provided "as is". It should be used for educational purposes only. Smith Technical Resources makes no guarantees or claims that the information contained in this article will help you completely remove the above listed malicious program(s) from your computer.

If you feel uncomfortable performing any of the procedures that we've listed on this page, please contact a professional computer repair company in your area and have them complete the needed repairs on your computer. Smith Technical Resources takes no responsibility for any possible damage that could result from your use of the above instructions.

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