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Chapter 2. The Start Menu and Taskbar > Adding Toolbars to the Taskbar

Adding Toolbars to the Taskbar

Specialized toolbars are available on the taskbar (Figure 2.39):

Address. A text box that accepts any address on the web, on your network, or on your computer. Enter a web address (URL) to launch or activate Internet Explorer (or your default browser); a program name to launch the program; a document name and path to open the document in its associated program (launching the program if necessary); or a folder name to open a Windows Explorer window.

Desktop. Links to all desktop shortcuts, so that you don’t have to minimize all windows to reach them.

Links. Links to Internet Explorer’s Favorites folder. You can drag file or web-page shortcuts onto this toolbar or right-click to delete links.

Quick Launch. Provides one-click access—much quicker than the Start menu—to commonly used items. It also lets you minimize all windows to show the desktop.


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