Windows 10: Youtube fullscreen shows taskbar (Chrome)

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  1.    04 Apr 2017 #71

    SalEng said: View Post
    Hi,

    Today i started having a weird issue with fullscreen on Youtube.

    I have Youtube on my left monitor and twitter on my right monitor.

    When I click fullscreen on the youtube video i get one of two problems.

    I either get:

    1. It doesn't go fullscreen at all and has the topbar and taskbar are showing (The red bit is my bookmarks which I have covered up).



    2. It does go fullscreen but as soon as I click on my other monitor the taskbar shows.



    Any help?

    Thanks.
    Easy Fix: Swap your video from 1 monitor the other. So if you normally have your video on the monitor with the task bar, move it to the other without the task bar. So therefore there is nothing to show up when you are in full screen and you click over to twitter
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  2.    25 Apr 2017 #72

    Mostwanted884 said: View Post
    Easy Fix: Swap your video from 1 monitor the other. So if you normally have your video on the monitor with the task bar, move it to the other without the task bar. So therefore there is nothing to show up when you are in full screen and you click over to twitter
    That, by definition, is not a fix and barely considered a workaround... I am experiencing this issue still on Windows 10 Version 1703 KB4016240 and Google Chrome 58.0.3029.81. It only occurs on my main desktop and not on my secondary desktop, both have taskbars.
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  3.    29 Apr 2017 #73

    A quick Fix for this for those using Windows 10, is You need to first Right click on the task-bar, and then go down the list of actions and click the settings, Next find where it says "Automatically hide the task bar in desktop/tablet mode" (depending on whether your using a Windows 10 Desktop or laptop, or if your using a Windows 10 tablet). That's it Voila, if it doesn't work then I don't know what will...
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  4.    30 Apr 2017 #74

    suekru said: View Post
    For now just use F11 to fullscreen your browser and it'll work fine, little annoying but it gets you true fullscreen video at least.
    That does not work >
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  5.    30 Apr 2017 #75

    I have figured it out!!
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    1. Go to task manager
    2. scroll down to Windows Explorer
    3. Right click and click restart
    Done and Dusted :)
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  6.    25 May 2017 #76

    Solution:
    Right click Windows Start Menu and Select "Task Manager"
    Locate Windows Explorer in "Processes"
    Click Windows Explorer and Select "Restart"
    Enjoy!
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  7.    29 Jul 2017 #77

    Woop!


    Hi! If this happens in games as well, all you do is right-click the taskbar, go to settings and do Automatically hide taskbar in desktop and tablet mode! Voila! It's done!
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  8.    20 Aug 2017 #78

    I found an easy fix, Go to task manager, look for Windows Explorer and restart it
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