Windows® 7 Notification Area
In the new Windows 7, the taskbar functionality have been considerably modified. The taskbar is basically a link to all the current information about what all is happening on your Windowsc 7 PC. The size of the Windows 7 taskbar,positioned at the bottom of the screen, has been increased to twice the height of the taskbar in the previous version of Windows operating system. This improvement has been made to make the appearance of taskbar content more clear. However, the icons in between the start button and the clock date have undergone certain changes.
The area on right end of the taskbar displays some information about the status of programs, which includes the information about the programs which are executing in the background, along with the links to few system commands is the Notification area. The notification area shows the background running programs which do not interact with the user. But instead can be seen here. The notification area has been changed a lot in the latestÂ Windows 7 release. There are a few system icons and notification icons which are hidden by default. Also, the other programs which you don't want to audit can be made as hidden.
There is a button named Show desktop, which appears at the extreme right end of the taskbar. If you have worked on the previous versions of the Windows operating system then you can easily monitor that the appearance of the button have been changed considerably. When you click on the Show Desktop button, it will minimize all the currently active windows. This facilitates the user in accessing the desktop icons and shortcuts. When you point to the button, it will make all the active windows transparent such that the user can see the desktop. If again you click on the button, it will redisplay all the active window
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