Windows 10: How to get rid of the line under the taskbar icons ?
dencal -- You should have looked at it a third time. He is asking how to get rid of the line not our opinions about it. Of course, I made the same mistake since I gave an opinion myself rather than an answer.
I can only hope that this question will eventually be answered by Microsoft when they give us some options about how to represent running programs (pinned or not).
It's a feature that needs to be there for 'Virtual Desktops' in conjunction with these settings:
Outside the Box
My prior post was based not only was the original thread question, but some of the follow up comments bordered
on sheer paranoia. remember this is just a very small underline.
I quote:- Jarring, Hate, Irritatingly, ridiculous, Out of place, I want black not purple yuck, need I say more?
No comment as to right or wrong but has anyone noticed that Apple's Mac OS X has a similar type of marking effect on their Dock when a program is still active? It's been there through several versions of the OS. Kinda makes one think Windows has other things that bear a bit of resemblance to OS X.
I suspect this thread's gonna get cleaned up any minute now!
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so the answer to the original question is .... ????
All he asked is can it be removed, he didnt need the reason's why its there, or what its for.
Perhaps if 'Teachermark' explained his solution in more detail then perhaps we could all share his knowledge, and solve this issue.
Answer,, there is no way to get rid of that feature. Well, that I'm aware of.
HTH and welcome to the forums.
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Remove Search Icon from Windows 10 Taskbar:
1. Type regedit in RUN or Start search box and press Enter. It'll open Registry Editor.
2. Now go to following key:
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Please oh please tell me there's a way to eliminate this latest...