Problem with pop-ups on bottom of screen
But, any ideas on how I can eliminate such annoying pop-ups? Note that the elongated rectangular pop-ups occur on a lot of the Yahoo sites.
Also there is usually an X where I can close the pop-up. Again, the pop-up is a long rectangle along the bottom of myscreen, maybe 1/3"- 1" high.
What's wrong... Please write below.
How to stop internet explorer pop ups? internet explorer has finished deleting. I have a pop-up blocker, but apparently it doesn't work for this IE pop-up.
I want to remove the comodo firewall tray icon. NOT to completely stop comodo firewall,I just want to remove the tray icon. I want comodo firewall to WORK.
Like windows firewall.What I mean.Is nothing there but when is needed the firewall appears for action. By deleting the cfp.exe registry key I have nothing,no pop-ups and no user interaction. I want to remove the tray icon but keep the pop-ups and user-interaction.
Like I said I want it to act like windows firewall,is hidden but is working background and appears/pop-up/ask permission when needed. I tried with the Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Notification Area Icons etc but is not my solution because with that I have the customize icon in the tray (attachment B) I like and want my tray clean (attachment C)
I got the black screen of death, F8 does not work, I downloaded the System Repair Disc on another computer and I am able to get F12 and then CDRom, so when I got the System Repair to work, on the Recovery options, Windows 7 does not show up
Do I have any choice other then to spend $200 on a New Windows 7 Seems silly that I spent $600 on a computer that is supposed to come with Windows 7, however it does not come with the Disc
And I am almost positive it was a Virus that caused my system to crash, I got a bunch of pop ups I had to close and when I closed them my computer automatically restarted and I was left with the Black screen and cursor
I have a dual screen setup where the two monitors are physically placed above one another. This is reflected in Windows' 'Screen Resolution' settings, where the bottom screen is set as the main screen. Now the issue I would like to find a workaround for is, when I attempt to do the standard Windows 7 tiling move (ie.
Drag a window to either corner of either screen), that window gets automatically tiled to the respective side of the screen (so far so good).
However, when I try to move it towards the top of the screen [so as to maximize it], it will naturally cross over from the bottom screen to the top LCD.
I would like to be able to maximize windows by moving them towards the top of either of the [two] screens. I found a utility which prevents the mouse from crossing over from one screen to the other (unless a hotkey is being held), however this hasn't remedied my maximize window on the bottom screen issue.
(I understand I can achieve what I need using the Win+Up Arrow keycommand, but being able to do so with the mouse is something I'd love to retain [or be able to toggle the behaviour].)
I have moved my taskbar to the left of my screen and placed a gadget in the bottom right corner. My problem comes after a reboot. The gadget moves, I think its because it tries to move it from under where the taskbar would be if I had it on the bottom.
My task bar is at the bottom of the screen. Pinned items are at the top of the jump lists. When there are many items in the "recent" part of the list, the pinned items are at the top of the screen. I use the pinned items often; that is why they are pinned.
I must right click the task bar icon at the bottom of the screen, then click the pinned item at the top of the screen. Can I change the list so that pinned items are at the bottom, near where the list is opened? This should be the default, but I don't even see it as an option.
In a similar way, it would be more helpful if the most recent items were also near the bottom of the list instead of the top.