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  1. Member Xylob the Destroyer's Avatar
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    Hey all,

    My Task Manager has lost it's GUI. No more buttons!!


    When I want to close it I have to use Alt+F4 and to move between tabs I have to use Ctrl+Tab.
    Minor, I suppose, but I'd really like it to work properly.
    If the old lady were to open it for whatever reason, she'd be totally lost.

    Any ideas?

    TIA!
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Double click on the tiny border around the window.

    When you open up Task Manager in Windows XP, there is no title bar, menu bar, or program tabs showing. Only the running applications, End Task, Switch To, and New Task buttons show up.
    This problem is easy to fix, the Task Manager is running in "tiny footprint mode". To correct this, simply double-click on the border around the window and it will return to its normal state. To place task manager back in "tiny footprint mode" again, double click again on the border around the window.
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    Just double click on the right hand side border.
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    you're awesome! where did you find that?
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  5. Some fool called xylob has been installing sTarDock windowing software.
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    erm...
    No.
    What the hell is that? Had to google it -- looks like utter stupid crap.
    If you're referring the the StarWindService.exe process that I have running, it's part of Alcohol 120% to provide network drive sharing capabilities for that program.

    Nice try though, fool.
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    Oh, well, it worked for me on Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit.

    Good thing your search is working well too.

    Thanks guys.

    John
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