Windows 10: taskbar in fullscreen mode
taskbar in fullscreen mode
Not sure if I need to put the thread here or in software but as of recently whenever I go to fullscreen mode for a video or game, no matter which application the task bar for windows still shows. I never had auto hide on before and until recently never was an issue. This is a short list of apps that this happens in:
Google Chrome version 55 (youtube, netflix, crunchyroll)
Firefox version 50 (youtube, netflix, crunchyroll)
VLC Media Player version 2.2.2 (locally stored content)
numerous games from Steam with the exception of a couple.
As far as I know there were no windows updates and no additional programs downloaded since it last worked as I wanted it to. As stated above I never enabled auto hide as I know this would solve the issue but I find that more troublesome than this bar. I have windows 10 anniversary update. If more information would help fix this issue I would be happy to assist.
Attached is an example.
You must have tried this... But maybe not? - Restart your computer?
I've the very same problem! It started today, but last updates were installed a month ago...
I solved this in 2 steps:
1. Open TaskManager (right click on taskbar or CTRL_ALT+DELETE)
2. In processes, locate and Right-click on Windows Explorer , than click on Restart.
Hope it works for you guys too!
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:
Whenever I attempt to watch a video on YouTube in full-screen mode, my taskbar stays. However, while it is fully in full-screen, the taskbar hides things like the actual full-screen button. Can someone help?
Web player (iplayer, demand on 5, etc...) will not stay in fullscreen mode in any browser on Windows 10.
How to rectify problem.
Thank you for all help given to solve issue.
Where to find it.
Tablet mode will basically go fullscreen on your pc, removing windowed apps and turning the Start
menu into the Start screen. To turn it on or off, follow these easy steps.
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