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Posted on 1998-07-03
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In the Win 95 Operating System, I had a 3 wide dispaly of programs from the Start
and Program Menu.  In Win 98, I get one column of displays with a down or up arrow to
get to the other programs.

I would like to go back to the 3 column display.  I use PowerToys and the new Tweakui,
but they do not seem to help.

Roy Waller
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harley47 earned 50 total points
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Go to the properties of the start bar and uncheck show small icons on start menu
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I went to the setting and then task bar and the small icons was not checked and I still get only the one column of programs with a down arrow for the rest of them.  I am running Windows 98 and tweakui 98.

Any other suggestions?  Roy Waller
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