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Pawanhammers

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Hi. I have Windows 7. When I go on Windows Live Messenger, it dosen't go to the toolbar like XP and Vista, I noticed. I prefer the XP and Vista way alot more.I know that this is supposed to happen because of Windows 7, but apparently there is a way of changing it and make it go to the toolbar.

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Edited by Pawanhammers, 05 April 2010 - 04:36 PM.

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I've just messed with this quite a bit. It doesn't seem possible to get it to appear on the right side notification area. If you click on the little down arrow, and select customize, it gives you options but on my PC Windows Live Messenger is not shown in that list. :)

However, you can pin the program to the taskbar. It will be on the left side though, not the right side. With Windows Messenger open, simply right click the Icon in the task bar, and select "pin this program to task bar" and it will always stay up there even when shut down. You can move it around too, all the way to the left of the Windows Explorer Icon if you want. Just click and drag.

Hope that helps. :)

Edited by Ferrari, 05 April 2010 - 06:28 PM.

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Thanks. I suppose the left side is easy though.
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