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    Thumbs up Like and Would Like

    I sure do like (NOW) being able to Pin Store APPs to the Taskbar AND (NOW) together w/ having the Taskbar on all screens, w/ you @ all times, as it should be; only makes sense, really.

    I would like to see a 'Cog' icon on the Taskbar. It would give Settings but, dedicated, proprietary, same as the Charms Bar, according to whatever is on the screen. Would be little or less need to pop out Charms if ITS 'Cog' was, already, on the Taskbar.

    Cheers,
    Drew
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    I second the nomination for removing the Charms bar on the desktop (leave it on the start screen if needed).

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    "I would like to see a 'Gear' icon on the Taskbar. It would give Settings but, dedicated, proprietary, same as the Charms Bar, according to whatever is on the screen. Would be no need to pop out Charms (as often) if ITS 'Gear' was, already, on the Taskbar."

    I suggest to you we may well see this in the near future.

    Cheers,
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    Just might be, "Well, gee, I remember way back when some fellow, Drew, saying..."

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