Thursday, April 3, 2014

How to Move Taskbar in Windows 7

How to Move Taskbar in Windows 7 :

Several days ago, I came back to my work and there I had what to see... All workers were standing around our main laptop in the office which suddenly somehow change position of windows Taskbar to the top of the screen! Luckily I had this situation on Personal Computer at my home so it was not so hard to fix that problem in a moment. The solution for this is very simple, and if your Taskbar stand not at the bottom of the screen but on the left, right or upper side then here is what you should do :

Step 1 : Go to empty space at your Taskbar and then do right click. From menu which will appear see if "Lock the taskbar" option is still checked (✓). If that is case then you need to make left click and uncheck this option because otherwise you will not be able to move your Taskbar on any place.

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Step 2 : Now when you are 100% sure that your Taskbar is not locked and doesn't have (✓) simbol, hold a left click mouse button somewhere at Taskbar empty space and then try to move it in some direction around where you wish to change his position.

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Step 3 : Your Taskbar is again at the bottom of the screen and to prevent that someone somehow again change his normal position you should go to make right click on empty space, then on "Lock the taskbar" option make it checked (✓) with a left click (when this option is enable moving of Taskbar is not possible). 

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Also it can be possible that sometime even if you do all of this steps and unlock your Taskbar for some different reasons it can not be moved again at all. In that case please do right click on empty space in your Taskbar, then click oProperties and see in which order Taskbar Appearance are selected + check if Lock The Taskbar option is enable or disable.

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