Occasionally, the Windows taskbar can end up on either side (or even the top of) your screen. I’ll show you how to move the taskbar bar back to the bottom.
Windows Explorer is the workhorse behind the Windows user interface. In many ways it *is* Windows. I’ll cover what to look for when it crashes.
The Taskbar and Start button disappeared. We’ll look at solutions for several reasons why this might have happened.
Every so often, it’s possible to end up with the Windows XP taskbar on the side, or even the top of your screen. It’s a quick fix, as this video shows.
The “Safely Remove Hardware” icon can occasionally disappear. It turns out there’s a simple workaround to safely remove hardware anyway.