Windows 10: Bottom taskbar disappears randomly after using external monitor
Bottom taskbar disappears randomly after using external monitor
connecting a bog standard laptop (display res 768 X 1366) to a second monitor and setting that as the primary display (HD 1920 X 1080) the bottom taskbar randomly disappears or becomes non functional. The strange thing is that if I place the quick launch taskbar on the sides or the top this doesn't happen -- however I've got used to having the taskbar on the bottom. Note it might take ages before the taskbar disappears but it always does - annoying if you are in the middle of something important.
This problem has only started since TH2. Doesn't happen on a not upgraded laptop *running RTM before the upgrade) or on any Linux Hosts running W10 as a VM in Full screen mode.
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