Question about Multiple Desktop Toolbars in Vista

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Talk' started by jaz, Nov 7, 2007.

  1. jaz

    jaz Guest

    Can anyone tell me how to separate the Desktop Icon toolbar (or any
    extra toolbar) from the main default Start Menu system toolbar so you
    can then turn off the desktop icons?
    This is very simple to do in XP (Unlock the taskbar, click-hold & drag
    to screen edge then drop) but does not appear so obvious in Vista or
    is done differently somehow.
    The process to create the desktop toolbar is the same but dragging it
    away from the main taskbar does not seem to work.
    Thanks
     
    jaz, Nov 7, 2007
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