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Waldemar Care-Behr

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Hi,

I recently found a taskbar installed on a PC in Mozambique. I want to uninstall or disable the taskbar. But I can't seem to find it anywhere on the PC. It's not running in the task manager under applications and I can't find in the boot tab of msconfig. Here is a Screen Shot of the Taskbar. If anyone has seen this before please let me know ho to uninstall it.
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Neil Jones

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That appears to be a floating toolbar of some sort. Normally for those you right-click on them and choose the option that follows the logic of "go away". :)
Failing that you should be able to drag it to some out-of-the-way corner or back onto the taskbar, as that appears to be Windows XP you're running?

Edited by Neil Jones, 01 February 2012 - 05:02 PM.

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You can't right click on it and you can't move it of the screen. The OS there is Windows Embedded WePos
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can't find in the boot tab of msconfig

look in the start tab of msconfig...
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