How to Repair the Missing “Show Desktop” Shortcut

If the “Show Desktop” button on the Windows 10 taskbar is missing, this article will show you how to fix the problem. In the bottom right corner (right next to the Action Center icon) of the Windows 10 taskbar, there’s a “Show Desktop” button.

If you hover your mouse over this button, you can view or preview your desktop – and if you click this button, all the apps and folders in the taskbar are minimized to show the desktop. If the Show Desktop button is missing, not working, or not available, this message may be helpful. read more

Troubleshooting: Can’t Load Images in Microsoft Teams Chat on Windows 10

Microsoft Teams is a unified communications platform that integrates with the Office 365 suite of subscription-based programs.

Microsoft Teams offers persistent workplace chat, video conferencing, file storage, and application integration. In other words, Microsoft Teams is Microsoft’s version of a collaboration tool.

Of course, chat includes sending and receiving images, and some users have reported problems displaying images in Microsoft Teams.

What is the reason for not being able to load images in Microsoft Teams Chat?

Outdated version of Teams: Updated versions of applications save your system from many problems. If you are using an outdated version of Teams, you may encounter the error under discussion. read more

How to Fix: Chrome Scroll Bar Disappears

Google Chrome is very popular because it actively tries to hide bugs. One of the latest bugs affecting the platform is the problem of missing scroll bars. This is due to users complaining that the scroll bar is not displayed or has simply disappeared from the screen. This can be annoying because you don’t know how many times you have to scroll to the end of the page.

You also can’t click and drag the scroll bar up or down, but that’s not a serious problem. You can always use the mouse wheel or the arrow keys on the keyboard to scroll. However, this spoils the experience a bit. In my opinion, you should fix the error before it gets out of hand or causes other damage. read more

Fixed: The Sticky Notes icon in the taskbar is not combined

We still use Sticky Notes as a powerful reminder tool to plan our day and copy text from another app. By default, when we open multiple notes in Windows 10, they are automatically grouped in the same tab. However, after installing the latest 1903 updates, they are all separated in the taskbar. I set the taskbar to automatically hide them, but that doesn’t work either. What can we do to fix this problem?

It’s frustrating having to open each note to see them all. For example, if we have about 8 sticky notes, we have to type one at a time to see them all. This is redundant and takes up a lot more space on the taskbar. Maybe this is a new feature that allows users to move individual notes to different desktops. But the basic function is broken. You can try the solutions below to group Sticky Notes together. read more