Reserve Entire Taskbar is a most needed thing now. It is a small rectangular bar located at the bottom of the screen. What are its functions? Well,the Task bar allows a user to locate and launch programs through the Start button, check if any program is currently open or running, display the time or date, view items running in the background through the stray and do a lot more.
Reserve Entire Taskbar Row
What is the best? You can set your task bar the way you prefer. For instance, you can set one entire row at the top to be reserved for the Quick Launch Icons, and the bottom row for the task bar buttons.
Reserve The Entire Task bar Row of Windows
To do so, un-check lock taskbar option first by clicking in empty area of task bar after a right-click.
Then, drag the task bar up, by the border, so that it doubles in size. The position your mouse cursor should be on the upper half of the dotted vertical Quick Launch Border.
The cursor will now change to the ‘resize arrow’. Now, click and hold down the mouse button to drag it to the area below the Quick Launch.
You may find this useful if you have a habit of keeping a lot of windows open and you need an entire row dedicated to the buttons. This works in Windows 7.