Windows 10 Taskbar - keep the arrows showing with lots of apps opened

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  1. Posts : 1,073
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       #11

    Edwin said:
    Opinion 1: You have way too damn much unnecessary stuff running in the background and the foreground!
    Opinion 2: Get an ultrawide monitor.
    No one asked for your opinion. And to answer your question, you can say it's unnecessary but you have no idea what they even are and why it's needed so don't ASSUME anything because just like the word when dissected, you will make a ASS out of U+ME.
    This is a Dell XPS 15 9570 notebook which does not have a HDD activity led and the Internal Killer 1535 WiFi/BT adapter is unreliable as it will always still be connected while it will have sync and no surf problems.
    It also helps me stay aware so I can make my $US500,000 average per day without having to waste more unneeded time. It is obviously you are not a power user.

    And this is on a Ultrawide monitor which is a 4K display screen as you are obviously missing the point so why would Opinion 2 even apply. Besides, since when can you tell how big or small someone's monitor is without someone disclosing the information?

    Bottom line, is don't be a troll since you have not even bothered reading or provided anything useful and just wasting everyone's bandwidth as the problem had already been solved.
    Last edited by Almighty1; 16 May 2021 at 18:14.
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       #12

    Almighty1 said:
    ...the problem had already been solved.
    I guess you're all set then!
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  3. Posts : 27,213
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       #13

    Taskbar groups could be solution to your problem
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  4. Posts : 1,073
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       #14

    AndreTen said:
    Taskbar groups could be solution to your problem
    Thanks for the suggestion, I'll give that a try when I have some spare time.
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