There are quite some threads on this forum with complaints about a 'thinghy' being changed for something else. When the show desktop button first showed its nose (back in the nineties) it was in the quicklaunch; i.e. At the left side of the screen. There was no possibility to put in on the right side. Did you folks all cry out whining about a lack of user choice?
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- Show Desktop Button Missing Windows 10
I'm really sorry to say it this way, but you're behaving like a bunch of spoiled children. That said: you can flame me if you want, but just try to be honest with yourselves. When the show desktop button first showed its nose (back in the nineties) it was in the quicklaunch; i.e. At the left side of the screen. There was no possibility to put in on the right side. Rem Mine is on the right. I have always liked putting an address bar in a separate line on the bottom, and the quicklaunch bar at the right end of the address bar, so it is right next to the notification area.
Once the Windows 10 show desktop icon is sitting on your taskbar, you can click and drag it to move it to another location if you want. You can now use this icon to show your desktop no matter how many windows you have open. Method 2: Right-click on an empty spot on your desktop and select “New” and then “Shortcut”. How to Remove the “Show Desktop” Button on Windows 10. Once opened, you should see an option called Hide the “show desktop” button at the bottom-right corner under the Other header. Check that, and you won’t see that Peek spot anymore. Note that you can use the same feature with the keyboard shortcut Windows Key + Comma in Windows 10/8.1 or Windows Key + Space in Windows 7.
I make the rest of the taskbar two lines high, for a total of three. This gives it room for a dozen labeled buttons. I do this in XP, and I continue to do it in Vista and Windows 7. With my roaming profile and%AppData% redirected, I have three show desktop buttons in Windows 7, the XP one, the Vista one and the new Windows one. There is also the window switcher button in quicklaunch. I need to clean it up a little. Well in my and many of other people concerns it is very useful and must have option on taskbar and thus in Windows 7 it was permanently get fixed there.
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There is no way to remove it from there. All you can do is that you can disable aero peek at desktop feature by right clicking and uncheck the option.WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE!! Why do we need an icon at all, have you forgotten you have a keyboard in front of you, and that you can execute several commands via the keyboard in the time it takes to move your mouse and click it?!Try holding down the 'windows key' and pressing 'd' if you want the desktop. See my reply to nitinagarwal1988 above, it's not so much removing choice for me, but about taking away quick and easy functionality for those few of us who actually have a clue how to use a computer, and don't want microsoft telling us how we should be using it. I do not wish to moan or complain, I actually love windows 7: ) a simple registry hack would suffice. So if someone could get to that, that would be great: ) I really need to disable the button as I am using a touch screen tablet and am right-handedand often accidentally press it with my hand when I am writing, so a workaround would be very handy indeed.
I would still be able to show the desktop by right-clicking the system time and selecting show desktop. I will patiently wait for a solution. There are quite some threads on this forum with complaints about a 'thinghy' being changed for something else.When the show desktop button first showed its nose (back in the nineties) it was in the quicklaunch; i.e. At the left side of the screen. There was no possibility to put in on the right side.Did you folks all cry out whining about a lack of user choice?I'm really sorry to say it this way, but you're behaving like a bunch of spoiled children.That said: you can flame me if you want, but just try to be honest with yourselves.RegardsRemI might not frame it as a complaint about lack of user choice, but I rarely click on anything on the right side of the taskbar. Seeing as the notification area has always been on the right, while the quicklaunch toolbar has been on the left, and taskbarbuttons appear on the left when you open programs, it made (and would make) much more sense for the 'show desktop' button to be on the left, as well.
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Show Desktop Button Missing Windows 10
I use 'show desktop' often, and everything else I click on often is on the left. I certainly do understand your logic, and might even agree, but the left side is for the 'start' orb.