December 22, 2003
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Linux system port scanning and probing
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RegisterWindowMessage() question
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Natalie Salambier's corner: Hiding the Task Bar in Windows XP
The taskbar is that row of icons and buttons that appears at the bottom of your screen in Windows, taking up space that your programs can use. How do you hide the taskbar? It's pretty easy. Right-click any blank area on your taskbar (your taskbar is what your Start button sits on) and select "Properties" from the menu that pops up (at right). Select "Autohide" or "Auto-hide taskbar" from the resulting screen. Now, your taskbar will disappear when you move your mouse away from it and re-appear when you bring your mouse back.
 
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