Task Manager Tiny FootPrint Mode Only

Hello experts,

My problem is that I want to run Task Manager in Tiny FootPrint Mode Only, if doble-click on border I don't want to enable
normal mode, please if this is possible please tell me how to do.

Thanks in advance.
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I haven't had time to do this myself yet, but you could download the trial of Active Registry Monitor, take a snapshop of your registry, change taskmanager to the tiny footprint mode, and then take another snapshot of the registry.  You can then compare the two registries and it will tell you the reg files that have changed.

Once you find it, you can start regedit32 and modify the registry setting to whatever you want and then modify the permissions on that key so nobody has permission to change it.  This way it can't be changed.

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