1.    18 Nov 2015 #1
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    Windows 10

    How to increase the width of the line under the taskbar icons?

    I want to increase the width of the lines under the open items in task bar in windows 10...the lines that currently appear are too narrow and a little hard to see. Can this be possibly done, even if it's through the use of a third-party software? Or otherwise, is there anyway to remove the lines, and instead, show the open items the way they did in earlier versions of Windows?
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