task bar at bottom not all the way showing

system trey not showing all the way. I have a windows 10 desktop and the recommended resolution is being used but the system trey or task bar at the bottom is falling off the bottom so you can not see the entire task bar. If I select the next resolution down it shows up but my screen is cut short at the top. Is there a way to get this back to default settings or adjust the size? I have tried to grab the bar at the bottom and drag it up but it is not working?
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Dennis MillerAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Right click on Taskbar.

Unlock the taskbar.
Right click, Settings,

Turn OFF Hide Taskbar.
Turn OFF Small Icons.

Now restart and test.  You can always change settings once it is working to your satisfaction.
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WakeupSpecialist 1Commented:
What kind of Screen or Monitor do you have connected to the Windows 10 Desktop (make and model number)?  Also what video card do you have(make and model number)?  Are you using the correct Native resolution for your monitor?

How to get the best resolution settings for your monitor:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/14216/windows-7-getting-best-display-on-your-monitor

Realize these numbers they provide are generic.  So your monitor may require something different.  If you provide information on your settings as to what you have now, what you've tried etc maybe we can figure out what is wrong.  Maybe screenshots of what you see may also help.
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McKnifeCommented:
This sounds like a monitor issue, not a windows issue. If you happen to use the monitor using an analog (=vga) cable, you might be able to solve it simply by using a button on you monitor that is usually inscripted "auto" (for auto adjust). It will work best with the native resolution. Some monitors don't have that button but instead a selectable sub menu of the onscreen menu will offer it.
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Dennis MillerAuthor Commented:
This is an HP monitor and the resolution is 1920x1080. I found the button and will try that. It is an old monitor.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Taskbar works fine on that resolution. Try the adjustments I suggested.
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Dennis MillerAuthor Commented:
I found the issue. McKnife was what got me to those settings. It was the properties and just maintain display scaling.
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Dennis MillerAuthor Commented:
Thanks to all. I seem to recall I could assign points?
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Look down the left side of your question and assign as you wish.
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WakeupSpecialist 1Commented:
Great!  Glad you got it taken care of.  I was thinking the same thing that McKnife put out there...I just didn't lol.  Good job McK.
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Dennis MillerAuthor Commented:
I agree. You all helped as all this information is valuable.
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