Show Desktop in windows 7

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  1. Rooka

    Rooka MDL Novice

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    #1 Rooka, Dec 31, 2009
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    Can anybody tell me how to make a SHOW DESKTOP BOTTOM in the task bar beside the start menu?
    it is not present in my windows 7 ultimate
     
  2. Rooka

    Rooka MDL Novice

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    i mean like the one that was in windows xp
     
  3. rimshot

    rimshot MDL Novice

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    why not use the one already there in the bottom right corner?
     
  4. Paft

    Paft MDL Junior Member

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    First off it is called Taskbar and second, like he said there already is one...duh.
     
  5. Rooka

    Rooka MDL Novice

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    #5 Rooka, Dec 31, 2009
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    i can`t see it in the task bar of windows 7 ultimate
    u have to right click on the task bar first, and then and choose Show desktop
    I want A pinned Bottom like that was in the windows xp
     
  6. alextheg

    alextheg Super Moderator
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    Its at the far right of the taskbar next to where the time is displayed. It doesnt even look like a button, just click in the corner or hover the mouse over the bottom right corner and hey presto the desktop appears. :D:D
     
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  7. Rooka

    Rooka MDL Novice

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    Yes that one !!!
    Thaaaaaanx alot
     
  8. alextheg

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    You're most welcome.

    Jack daniels would be fine for me .......lol :D ;)
     
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  9. audible_agent

    audible_agent MDL Novice

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    Isn't hitting WIN+D or WIN+M faster than clicking a button with your mouse any way? :D
     
  10. Paft

    Paft MDL Junior Member

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    Not necessarily. Certainly, not if you have your head in your hand and your other on the mouse. :)

    Rooka, do you have bad eyes? Or are you just incredibly unobservant? :s
    You could have just googled and got an instant answer..