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Alright, well the other day I was starting up my computer and I guess I tried to open the task manager before it was comfortable with that, and it gave it to me with no top part...like the title bar and most importantly the tabs.
So I figured, no problem, I'll just restart...it still happens. This was like 5 or 6 days ago.
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It wouldn't be such a problem (I can still close it using ALT+F4) except that I like to use the Processes tab a lot, and now it's stuck on whatever tab it defaults to (Tasks, I think it's called).

Anybody know what's goin on?
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Double click the grey above task
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Ohmy...
How much of an idiot am I
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A few have scratched their heads on that one, it is called tiny footprint mode, not what you may have been calling it :whistling:
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I remember once about three years ago i actually reinstall xp to fix that problem only to do it again week later that time i figgerd it out! :whistling:
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