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Ip-Bug

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I just finished cleaning up my computer and tweaking it and so, when i realized this:

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The blue thing should have been there. like this:

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Please tell me how to get the blue thing back.
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have you tried right clicking on desktop/porperties/apperance? you should be able to change it there! hope this helps
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That's the task pane

the task pane replaces the Folders List that will be familiar to people using older Windows versions. Some people may find the task pane handy, but others may find it to be a hindrance if they are trying to navigate their system. Fortunately, it's easy to get your Folders list back in any window; just click the Folders button at the top of the display. Click it again to return to Task Pane view.


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Open Folder options from the Control Panel. Make sure that the radio button is marked for "Show common tasks in folders" under the General tab.
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Thank you. That helped a lot.
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