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How to display your Name in Windows Taskbar


geeteam

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The tip may especially interest the youngerset.

This fun-tip will let you customize the alphabets appearing after the time numerals in the taskbar.

Put your name if you wish!

1. Open Control Panel.

2. Press Win+X in combination to bring up the Power Task Menu, in Windows 8. From it, choose Control Panel. Then, select Region & Language.

3. From the Region & Language window that appears on your computer screen, select Additional Settings button.

4. From the Customize Format window, choose the Timetab, Change both the AM and PM letters to any name you wish.

5. Make sure that the format you are using has tt in it.That is: Time Format = hh:mm:ss tt Then, simply click on Apply > OK. If you do not like the changes made, reverse them and restore it to default settings by simply clicking on the reset button or by changing it back manually to AM and PM.

Should work on Windows 7 and Windows Vista too.

Source : TWC

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There's another way also, even more simple:

1. Create a new folder somewhere with your name on it.

2. Right click Taskbar and select Toolbars > New toolbar...

3. Navigate to that folder which you created in step 1

4. Vola, your name appears to your taskbar.

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PS: You can also add shortcuts there inside that folder you created, it appears like this:

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  • 4 weeks later...
NeowinMOD™

There's another way also, even more simple:

1. Create a new folder somewhere with your name on it.

2. Right click Taskbar and select Toolbars > New toolbar...

3. Navigate to that folder which you created in step 1

4. Vola, your name appears to your taskbar.

3oW150a.png

PS: You can also add shortcuts there inside that folder you created, it appears like this:

i2pRH0p.png

Great find my friend, using this at the moment. Looks great also.

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mostly they know some time forgot

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  • 1 month later...

that's great

You never thought of that, i guess... :lol:

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