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I have Vista Home Premium edition in my new laptop. I am suffering from a strange problem recently. When I open windows task manager, it opens with no CLOSE, MINIMIZE or MAXIMIZE buttons at the right top side. So I can't close it or minimize it. It is just a block, which can be stretched or compressed, but it remains open on the screen till I SHUT DOWN.

Can any one please Help me ??
Thanx in Advance..
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Double left click in the empty space between the window border, and the list of processes. Or just double-left click on the border.
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