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I was just re-imaged with Windows 7.  I'm curious if anyone knows how to configure the behavior of the task bar to how Windows XP behaved?  For example, right now if I have multiple Firefox browsers open it "stacks" them on top of each other in the task bar.  I'd like them to reside side-by-side like they did before.  Is this possible?
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If I understand correctly:
right click on taskbar->properties->taskbar buttons->never combine or combine when it is full
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Bingo! That' did it!  Thank you!
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