Taskbar cutting off display in Windows

I thought the program was "losing" the title bar and the toolbar at the top (the one with the search box) until I remembered that I have another program where I have to move the taskbar over to the right of the screen. I usually put the taskbar at the top (yes, I know that sonds weird, but I really don't like it at the bottom.) But when I moved the taskbar over to the right, it chopped it off on that side. This is strtange because it wasn't doing this (chopping off at the top) when I first installed the program. Maybe something in Windows? Does anyone know?
 

marty

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Is the taskbar on auto-hide? Sometimes a program will open full screen and not adjust for the taskbar. You might try putting the taskbar on auto-hide or taking it off auto-hide and see if that helps.
 

Brandon Staggs

Administrator
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Maybe something in Windows? Does anyone know?
If you click the maximize button after you re-arrange your desktop taskbar, it should fill the desktop space.

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Well here we are six weeks later and it started doing it again. But this time all the advice didnt seem to help! Then I suddenly had a flash of inspiration. I tried ALT + F to get to the file menu taskbar or whatever it's called. Well, that was a little progress, but when I accidentally the left arrow it took me up into that tiny little menu that pops out of the icon at the extreme left of the top bar -- I guess it's called the title bar and I suddenly realized, all I have to do is select Maximize, and guess what? It worked. So I don't have to fool with my taskbar settings at all!
 
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