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I’ll show you how to enable the toolbar in the two newer operating systems.
First off, if your Quick Launch toolbar is not showing at all (the toolbar is usually located to the immediate right of the Start button), this means the toolbar is not set to be displayed.
Well, there is one nice benefit and that’s the two default icons: Show Desktop and Switch between windows.
Show desktop brings you right to the desktop and the other button is basically like pressing ALT TAB on the keyboard, except it’s better because it uses a cool 3D effect rather than just showing thumbnails in the grid.
As you can see, it’s basically just like pinning an app to the taskbar, only these appear on the right hand side instead of the left.
So why bother adding the Quick Launch toolbar to Windows 7 or 8?
In order to extend the toolbar, you need to unlock the taskbar first.Here you can see I was dragging Notepad from my Start menu to the toolbar and you can see the black vertical line between the other icons already there.Simply drop it and it’ll fit itself into that position.If you don’t choose All Files, Notepad will automatically append a extension to the file name. It basically looks like a better version of the quick launch toolbar, so most people don’t really care to enable the toolbar at all.Either way, if you want it back in Windows 7 along with the Show Desktop shortcut, you can do it by following the steps below. Go ahead and right-click on an empty part of the taskbar and click on Toolbars and then New Toolbar. Now copy and paste the following line into the Folder box in the dialog that pops up and click on Select Folder.