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Resolved Tiled Windows On The Taskbar

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by James Martin, 2018/05/03.

  1. 2018/05/03
    James Martin

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    Does anyone remember how to un-tile open windows / pages on the taskbar? Windows 7 offers this setting by default, but I prefer to have my open windows / pages listed side-by-side on the taskbar like XP used to do. I am using the Aero effect, and I would like to keep that setting intact.

    So far, I haven't come up with the proper search terms to find the answer I'm looking for.
     
  2. 2018/05/04
    Steve R Jones

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    I'm not real sure what you are asking... But to Un-Tile you right click on the taskbar and select Un-Tile.
     

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    James Martin

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    Right after I posted this question, I finally figured out how to solve the problem, but I have forgotten all over again. o_O

    I'll post back as soon as I can retrace my steps, so other can reference my steps.
     
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    James Martin

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    All one has to do in Windows 7 is right-click on the taskbar and choose Properties > Taskbar Buttons > Never Combine in the drop-down list.

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