Delete and restore the desktop button with ShowDesktop Remover



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Show Desktop Remover is a free tool that allows you to easily remove and restore the Show Desktop button on the right side of the Windows 7 taskbar. Windows 7 has introduced an interesting new feature – the creation of a’Show Desktop’ button at the far right of the taskbar. Although very appreciated, there will always be some who don’t like it and prefer the old desktop icon that appeared near the start button.

Of course, you can disable desktop preview at any time by right-clicking and disabling Peek at Desktop. You can also get an overview of the desktop, you can also click on Windows + space bar.

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ShowDesktop Remover is a small application that does what its name says – it removes the Show Desktop button from the Windows 7 taskbar.

Features :

ShowDesktop Remover v1 was created by Lee Whitington for The windowsbulletin.com. It was created after Lee saw a previous application that was split into a few applications when a user had the taskbar above.

Windows 7 users – if you want to display the Show desktop button on the left side of your taskbar, as it appears in Windows Vista and Windows XP, look here.

Windows Vista and Windows XP users – if you want the Show Desktop button to appear on the right side of your taskbar, you will see this.



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