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Hey! I recently installed power shell (classic shel) on windows 8 and didn't like it so I got a toolbar stuck in my windows and it's annoying as hell... Does anyone know how to remove it?
Picture's if you don't get it: Picture

And I don't know why but this bothers me as well... (It just came with the power shell) Picture
post #2 of 11
    Yes, you can easily remove it: Open Explorer, go to Folder Options, go to the View tab, and untick Always show menus.

    What's the matter with the second image?
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post #3 of 11
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1. Don't find the Always show menus in the view tab <-- it wasn't ticked from the beginning =S

2. Nvm that...
post #4 of 11
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Originally Posted by Techie007 View Post

    Yes, you can easily remove it: Open Explorer, go to Folder Options, go to the View tab, and untick Always show menus.

    What's the matter with the second image?
Hey? You still there? Because I need help with this D;
post #5 of 11
    Yes, I'm still here.  I plan to install Windows 8.1 Preview in a VM and experiment with this and see if I can figure it out, since the normal method didn't work.
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post #6 of 11
OK, I got it figured out:

  1. Reinstall Classic Shell.
  2. Right-click the desktop and click Personalize.
  3. In the sidebar on the left, click Control Panel Home.
  4. You should see the menu bar as before.  If not, press [Alt] to show the menu bar.


  5. On the menu bar, you should see Classic Shell's toolbar to the right.  If not, right-click in middle of the menu bar and tick Classic Explorer Bar.


  6. Right-click in the middle of the menu bar, and untick Classic Explorer Bar.  Classic Shell's toolbar should now disappear, along with the unwanted menu bar.


  7. Launch Internet Explorer.
  8. Right-click in the blank area to the left of the Home icon, and click Classic Explorer Bar.  If nothing happens, repeat this step.
  9. A dialog should appear asking if you want to disable this add-on.  Click [Disable].  If instead the dialog asks if you want to enable this add-on, just click [Cancel].

  10. Close Internet Explorer and uninstall Classic Shell.

Edited by Techie007 - 9/30/14 at 8:19am
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post #7 of 11
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Ok! Thanks alot and sorry for the effort! I'll try it tomorrow on my pc (on mobile right now).
post #8 of 11
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Thanks a lot! It worked! I know this is silly but I've still got this line unlike you =(
PICTURE
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Thanks a lot! It worked! I know this is silly but I've still got this line unlike you =(
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Dude! You there??
post #10 of 11
    Yes, I'm here.  The issue is that I'm not sure how to solve a problem I can't seem to reproduce.
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