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Skinny Right Side Taskbar


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#1 starfireone

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Posted 08 December 2009 - 07:46 PM

In Windows XP I was able to move the bottom taskbar to the right side of the screen and use it there on
the right side. I can do the same in Windows 7 except in Win XP it would allow be to make the taskbar very
skinny....around a half inch or less. But in Windows 7, I have been unable to make it skinny. The slimmest that
I can make it is about 1 inch on the right hand side.

Does anyone know how to make it a skinny taskbar on the right hand side of the screen in Windows 7 ??

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#2 keyboardNinja

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Posted 04 January 2010 - 01:13 PM

Hmm...I was about to tell you to "Use small icons", but that doesn't appear to be the issue.

I set mine to the side, and saw the same thing you saw. It looks like the clock is keeping it wide like that. I tried to remove the clock with no luck.

I'll keep trying...
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