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Task View is an easy to use virtual desktop manager and task swapper introduced in Windows Vista and now widely available in Windows XP and Windows 7. Task View lets a user to easily find an open desktop, quickly hide existing desktop icons and then show the default desktop and even switch between multiple desktop icons.

Task View has many more advanced features such as the ability to lock desktop icons. This means that a task icon cannot be opened by another program or can't be closed. It also shows desktop icons on different taskbars and allows you to organize taskbars according to which desktop they are on. This means that if you want to work on an important task but have a desktop that is not used often, you can keep that desktop hidden away in task view and then organize your taskbar according to the activity that is performed on that desktop.

The Task Manager in Windows Vista and Windows XP can only show certain kinds of desktop icons. They are named tasklist icons, task icon icons, desktop icons, taskbar icons, active task icons, start menu icons, taskhistory icons and taskbar icons. You can customize which icons show up on which taskbars through the Task View properties of the desktop icons. You can also customize how many icons show on each taskbar and which tasks show up on which icons by choosing from a set of pre-defined desktop shortcuts.

The Task View properties of the desktop icons allow you to choose between different options such as showing or hiding desktop icons when a program is running, showing or hiding icons depending on whether you have multiple monitors, the size and shape of the icons or on the taskbar, and the display order of the desktop icons. You can also hide some desktop icons by using a special desktop shortcut. All of these options are controlled by the Task View properties of the desktop icons.

By default, the Task View properties of the icons are configured in a very simple way. You can change these settings to change how the icons appear on the taskbar, which task icons are shown on taskbars and what task icons show on the taskbar. You can even change the color of desktop icons to match any theme or visual style, but if you want to change the background color for some icons, you need to go to the Control Panel > Personalization > Desktop > Taskbar and see the icons and theme tab.

However, Task View Properties is also customizable by using advanced customization tools like the “Taskbar” control that lets you change the background color of the Taskbar icons for each taskbar. and the “Panel Control” button which allows you to change the layout of the taskbar. For even more control, you can also configure the Taskbar control and its appearance and size.

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