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    Make the taskbar come and go as you desire with ease in Windows 10.
    The Windows 10 taskbar is a pretty useful tool, but it's also one you might not want to see on your screen all the time. Whatever the reason, you can make it come and go as you please in Windows 10 with a few simple steps.
    This works for both desktop PCs and tablets, and the method is exactly the same.

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    06-28-2018 02:10 PM

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