Windows 10: Youtube fullscreen shows taskbar (Chrome)

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  1.    13 Jun 2016 #11

    Hi, guys. Try this:

    1) Go to your desktop and right click on the Chrome icon

    2) Select properties

    3) Select the tab labeled "compatibility" from the top of the menu

    4) Check the box next to the option that says "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings"

    5) Select "apply" and you're all set!
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  2.    15 Jun 2016 #12

    JoeyLannister said: View Post
    Hi, guys. Try this:

    1) Go to your desktop and right click on the Chrome icon

    2) Select properties

    3) Select the tab labeled "compatibility" from the top of the menu

    4) Check the box next to the option that says "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings"

    5) Select "apply" and you're all set!
    It didn't work. The taskbar is still over a fullscreen Chrome window.
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  3.    11 Jul 2016 #13

    This is embarrassing guys, what the heck is this already?
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  4.    03 Aug 2016 #14

    I had this problem 3 weeks ago. I fixed it unchecking the "Lock the taskbar" box in the taskbar properties.

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    Hope this helps.
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  5.    03 Aug 2016 #15

    Thanks ghost, next time this occurs I will try this setting and report back how it goes.
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  6.    06 Aug 2016 #16

    [QUOTE=GhostSkin;760987]I had this problem 3 weeks ago. I fixed it unchecking the "Lock the taskbar" box in the taskbar properties.

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    Nope, sorry guys It does not work for me.
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  7.    06 Aug 2016 #17

    Easy fix-- worked for me at least:
    1. Open up task manager
    2. Click the "Processes" tab
    3. Scroll down to "Windows Processes"
    4. End any "Windows Explorer" tasks (click on the item and delete or right click and end task)
    5. Your task bar should be gone completely
    6. Click "File" on the tool bar
    7. Click "Run new task"
    8. Check the box that says "Create this task with administrative privileges
    9. In the text-box, enter "explorer.exe"
    10. Click "OK"


    TLDR: End explorer instances and then restart it manually from task manager.

    EDIT: You can just click "Windows Explorer" in the task manager (after step 3) and a restart button should appear in the bottom-right corner of task manager-- click that and you'll be done.
    Last edited by 1enF5ru4sT3row2; 07 Aug 2016 at 15:13.
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  8.    06 Aug 2016 #18

    1enF5ru4sT3row2 said: View Post
    Easy fix-- worked for me at least:
    1. Open up task manager
    2. Click the "Processes" tab
    3. Scroll down to "Windows Processes"
    4. End any "Windows Explorer" tasks (click on the item and delete or right click and end task)
    5. Your task bar should be gone completely
    6. Click "File" on the tool bar
    7. Click "Run new task"
    8. Check the box that says "Create this task with administrative privileges
    9. In the text-box, enter "explorer.exe"
    10. Click "OK"




    TLDR: End explorer instances and then restart it manually from task manager.
    Next time the glitch comes back ill try this one out! thanks. Just so you know im talking about google chrome not explorer.
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  9.    06 Aug 2016 #19

    1enF5ru4sT3row2 said: View Post
    Easy fix-- worked for me at least:
    1. Open up task manager
    2. Click the "Processes" tab
    3. Scroll down to "Windows Processes"
    4. End any "Windows Explorer" tasks (click on the item and delete or right click and end task)
    5. Your task bar should be gone completely
    6. Click "File" on the tool bar
    7. Click "Run new task"
    8. Check the box that says "Create this task with administrative privileges
    9. In the text-box, enter "explorer.exe"
    10. Click "OK"


    TLDR: End explorer instances and then restart it manually from task manager.
    That worked for me! Thanks
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  10.    06 Aug 2016 #20

    soares said: View Post
    That worked for me! Thanks
    Mind if I ask you a question, is the glitch intermittent or has it been glitched consistently until now, when you fixed it? because you confirmed it pretty fast.
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