This category contains help on the Windows 98 Taskbar - Toolbar including the Documents menu, the Programs menu, and more.
#1: Removing Items from the Documents Menu
Clear documents from the Windows 98 Start Menu.
#2: Create a Desktop Toolbar
Access desktop icons directly from a Windows 98 toolbar.
#3: Drag and Drop on the Taskbar
Move files between software programs in a cluttered Windows 98 environment.
#4: Taskbar Toolbar Icons Change Unexpectedly
Fix corrupted Windows 98 taskbar toolbar icons.
#5: Delete Start Menu entries.
Remove icons from the Windows 98 Start Menu.
#6: Remove Taskbar Toolbar Titles and Regain Space
Disable viewing Windows 98 toolbar names
#7: Shrink the Start Menu Icons
Remove the Windows logo from the Windows 98 Start Menu.
#8: Drag and Drop to Taskbar Toolbar Buttons
Open documents quickly using software found in your Windows 98 quick-launch area of the taskbar.
#9: Resizing the Taskbar
Shrink or enlarge Windows 98's taskbar.
#10: Make Taskbar Toolbar Icons Large
Increase the size of your Windows 98 toolbar icons.
#11: Search the Web From the Taskbar
Search the web from your Windows 98 taskbar without installing third-party software.
#12: Adjust Display Settings on Taskbar
Change your monitor settings directly from the Windows 98 taskbar - without QuickRes.
#13: Creating a Control Panel Toolbar
Access Windows 98 customization options quickly by creating a Control Panel taskbar.
#14: Removing Taskbar QuickLaunch Items
Remove software, such as Internet Explorer, from the QuickLaunch area on your Windows 98 taskbar.
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