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How to pin programs on Win7 Taskbar (unpin)?

To pin the program on Windows 7 task-bar  or Windows 8, 8.1 please start the program what you want to pin (attach) on windows 7 (8, 8.1) Taskbar!

Here in example the file manager Q-Dir. When the program run in windows 7, click on the windows-7 Taskbar on the Taskbar program button (with right mouse click) and select the option "Pin this program to taskbar". (... see Image-1 Arrow-1)

To unpin detach  the program from Windows-7 taskbar use again the right click on the taskbar program button and select
"Unpin this program from taskbar". (... see Image-2 Arrow-1) That is  the pin solution for Windows-7!

Tip: You can also pin a program by dragging the program's shortcut from the desktop or Start menu
See also:  ... activate Windows-7 Quick Launch!

(Image-1) Attach or pin the programs on Win-7 Taskbar (add)
Attach or pin the programs on Win-7 Taskbar (add)

unpin programs from Windows-7 Taskbar (detach, remove)
unpin programs from Windows-7 Taskbar (detach, remove)

Infos (c) Microsoft

To pin a program to the taskbar

Do one of the following:

If the program is already running, right-click the program's button on the taskbar (or drag the button toward the desktop) to open the program’s Jump List, and then click Pin this program to taskbar.

If the program isn't running, click Start, find the program’s icon, right-click the icon, and then click Pin to Taskbar.

You can also pin a program by dragging the program's shortcut from the desktop or Start menu to the taskbar. Additionally, if you drag the shortcut of a file, folder, or website to the taskbar, and the associated program isn't already pinned there, then that program is pinned to the taskbar and the item is pinned to the program’s Jump List. Info notes:

To remove a pinned program from the taskbar, open the program's Jump List, and then click Unpin this program from taskbar.

Folders and shortcuts to folders appear in the Windows Explorer Jump List when opened or pinned.

You can pin a program from the Start menu to the taskbar, but not from the taskbar to the Start menu.

FAQ 83: Updated on: January 10th 2014 12:49
FAQ: Windows-7
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82. How to change Time to display list of operating systems in win 7 (boot)?
83. How to pin programs on Win7 Taskbar (unpin)? ***
84. Turn-off the Windows 7 to a specific time without and with additional software (shutdown.exe)?
85. Extend test period in Windows 7 (Delay activation)!
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87. How to start Windows-7 Run-Dialog (find, open)?
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