Have you ever tinkered with your Windows taskbar or the Start Menu? You can, you know. Here’s a tip you may not know about: by default, Windows XP places taskbar buttons for different instances of the same program (multiple browser windows, for example) next to each other. When the toolbar gets too full, these buttons will merge into one. Would you prefer the cluttered look with separate buttons, that’s easy to do. Just right-click on the empty space on the taskbar, select Properties, and uncheck the box titled Group similar taskbar buttons on theTaskbar tab.
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