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Hide the taskbar in Windows 10

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Windows 10 update changes the way how to hide the taskbar.
The old way was the traditional way of hiding the taskbar just like in Windows XP, by right clicking on an empty taskbar and selecting “properties” and from the properties window there is an option to hide the taskbar automatically.
However, Windows 10 OSes that has  been updated, right clicking the empty taskbar does not show “properties” anymore.  Instead of clicking or finding properties, click on “settings” and on the settings Window, an option to hide the taskbar in desktop mode can be enabled or disabled.
See screens shot below, on how to do it:





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Insert a new PCIe graphic card

Inserting a new PCIe graphic card to a custom built-PC, it sounds easy right.
Plug the PCIe graphic card to the PCIe slot on the motherboard; insert DVI, VGA cable or any other input that the graphic card supports.
Then, simply power on the PC and boom, everything will be working. However, the monitor shows a blank screen only.
If the PCIe graphic card has been tested and working well, then try resetting the CMOS or remove the CMOS battery and power on the PC for 5 seconds turn it off and put back the CMOS batt.
Now, turn on again the PC with the cables inserted or plug to the graphic card and if the PCIe card is inserted properly in the slot. Then the monitor will work as per normal. The display will be working fine.
When inserting or troubleshooting the graphic card, it is better to unplug the hard disk. If the monitor has no display, you do not know whether the OS is booting or not. 
In addition, by simply turning off the power, once, the graphic card is working fine. Then you got…