Taskbar Eliminator

Taskbar Eliminator

3 stars

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3 (2)

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portable Portable

use a hotkey to hide your taskbar Taskbar Eliminator is a simple tool that enables you to completely hide the Windows Taskbar, allowing you to make full use of your desktop space. You can hide/unhide the taskbar at any time by pressing ALT+T on your keyboard and use CTRL+ALT+T to bring up the configuration dialog. Taskbar Eliminator can be set to start with Windows and hide the taskbar automatically when your computer starts. Standalone software, no installation required. Copyright Snapfiles.com

Product Details

Publisher Aviassin Price Free
Version 2.9  history Last updated Jun 04, 2010
File Size 565 Kb Requirements None

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It hides the taskbar 2 stars by gimpguy Aug 09, 2011 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
Yep. Not much more to be said about it. I don't find the auto hide feature in Windows all to cumbersome or pesky and felt the short cut keys for this program were even worse. I use Blender 3D and many other graphics softwares that require use of short cut keys, this truly gets annoying and takes precedence over my graphic keys, although sometimes, they coincide and get two things going at once, still annoying. That won't be the case for everyone of course but anyone who uses any software with short cut keys, may be irritated by this. It's free and may be what some are looking for though. I found it near pointless to have in my opinion and only under my circumstances, again, maybe not for others though. show Review details
Good idea, awkward execution 3 stars by MrJaw69 Mar 24, 2011 (Read all my 34 reviews)
When it comes to computer interfaces, I've never been satisfied. Taskbars waste screen space, and the Houdini-style taskbars that pop up at you when you move the mouse to the edge of the screen activate whether you want them to or not. Taskbar Eliminator seemed like a good compromise. The trouble is, the software doesn't offer an option to customize the hot keys for activating the toolbar, and the default combo is rather awkward. Upon checking the homepage, I found that the author offers personalized fee-based builds of Taskbar Eliminator. I'm not willing to go that far for what's really only a convenient tweak. Three stars. show Review details
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