Need some help with auto hide taskbar

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Hi guys , I am looking for a software which needs to hide windows taskbar without hiding the programs minimized in the task bar , can anyone find me a software to satisfy my requirement

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Answered By 0 points N/A #93543

Need some help with auto hide taskbar

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Hi,

I can't seem to find any software that you're asking for. The only thing I can suggest is you set your taskbar to auto-hide.

  1. Right click Taskbar.

  2. Click Properties.

  3. Check Auto-hide the taskbar.

But this won't show the minimized window as well. If you don't want your taskbar seen while working on your computer, try a software that will allow you to organize mostly used application and minimizes window to dock.

Try using rocketdock and other dock application.

RocketDock – http://rocketdock.com/

Stardock – http://www.stardock.com/products/objectdock/information_plus.asp

Xwindows Dock – http://xwdock.aqua-soft.org/#1

More stylish, more appealing to the eye and convenient too.

Answered By 560815 points N/A #288495

Need some help with auto hide taskbar

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I got confused on what you want to do. If you want to hide or make the Windows taskbar go away when you don’t need it, you simply set it to auto hide. This way, the taskbar hides automatically when you don’t need it. To set the Windows taskbar to automatically hide, right-click on the “Start” menu and select “Properties”.

Another way to do it is press CTRL + ESC on your keyboard and then followed by ALT + ENTER. In the “Taskbar and Start Menu Properties” window, check “Auto-hide the taskbar” then click “OK”. After this the Windows taskbar should hide automatically.

This time whenever you need to run a program from the “Start” menu, just hover or point your mouse at the bottom of the screen to make the taskbar appear again. Additionally, you can put or move the Windows taskbar in any of the four sides of your screen by dragging the taskbar to the side where you want it to appear.

But to do this, the option “Lock the taskbar” has to be unchecked in order for you to move the taskbar around.

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