> OK, this is probably a very dumb question with a very easy answer but I'm
> baffled. I'm running Windows Vista and I've only had the computer about a
> month. I had my e-mail icon on the task bar so all I had to do was click it
> and it brought up my e-mail. I guess this is the same as the Quick Launch
> menu. Now I've lost my icon and there are two little arrows. If I click on
> the arrows a little window pops up with Windows Mail as being an option. I
> then have to click on it to bring up my e-mail. I like the other way better.
> Why is my computer changing my options? Could it have anything to do with
> the automatic Windows updates that get installed?
> And while I'm at it, why when I come to this forum, do I have to put my
> password in everytime even though "remember my e-mail address & password" are
> clearly selected?
> Once we get these little bugs worked out, maybe I can concentrate on why it
> takes so long to start up my computer each day. I hardly have anything
> installed except what came with the computer.
> Thanks for your help. You guys are the best.
You've obviously added something to the taskbar (or had it added for
you) and now there isn't room for everything in the space allocated.
remove one of the icons: MB2 on the icon, Click Delete
Widen the taskbar: MB2 on the Start Orb, Click Properties, Select
Taskbar Tab, Uncheck 'Lock the taskbar', Click on Apply, Click on the
right hand side double line of the taskbar (that just appeared) and drag
to the right until all icons appear, Check 'Lock the taskbar', click on
Apply, Click OK