Solved Windows Media Player 11 position on taskbar when minimized

Gateway / Mx6436
April 26, 2013 at 18:27:30
Specs: Windows XP, 1.794 GHz / 1370 GB Ram

Unfortunately I could not upload the picture to show the whole Desktop area and I am assuming that it is because of the monitors 16:9 view.

You can see from the image that the location of the Windows Media Player version 11 is no where near where it should be, hugging the tray area?

Is this happening because I am using a widescreen monitor? Is there a way to have it next to the taskbar tray so that I have more room on the taskbar for other programs to be minimized?

Currently when it is minimized the amount of minimized windows shown is reduced because of its position? and I was hoping there was an edit or something that could be adjusted to allow more work space on the taskbar.

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April 27, 2013 at 09:44:26
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Unlock the taskbar and you'll see where the separators are (dotted vertical lines) on the taskbar. These separate the three components of the taskbar:

1. Start button
2. Minimised programs.
3. System Tray/Notification Area.

Drag these separators along the taskbar to change the space that's allocated to each of the three components. When finished, re-lock the taskbar.

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