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Hello all,

I am customizing my desktop atm and I was wondering if I can disable the time on my taskbar.

Cheers.
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post #2 of 7
no, unless you hide the taskbar
post #3 of 7
Yes.

Type "Notification Area Icons" into search.

Click "Turn System Icons on or off."

Turn off "Clock"
post #4 of 7
yes you can. right click on the time in the task bar, select properties and disable the clock option
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haha i just tested this. just because


Type : "Hide Clock Icon on Taskbar" into search.

That gets u there too.
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haha i just tested this. just because


Type : "Hide Clock Icon on Taskbar" into search.

That gets u there too.
nice!
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Haha thanks guys for fast responding. : D +rep
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