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    Language Bar keeps showing up in taskbar even after deselecting from toolbars on Windows XP Pro

    Few days ago, I have installed Windows XP Pro into my laptop. Everything works fine except the Language Bar. It appears on the task bar again and again. I have already right clicked the taskbar and unchecked the ‘Language Bar’ option under Toolbars. Is there any other way available to get rid of this issue?



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    Re: Language Bar keeps showing up in taskbar even after deselecting from toolbars on Windows XP Pro

    Go to the extreme right side of the Language bar. Check whether you can view ‘Options’ option over there. It is possible to see this option only after unlocking the taskbar. After that, make a single click on that option. Wait until the Text Services and Input Languages window pop up on the screen. Click on the ‘Settings’ tab afterwards and navigate into ‘Preferences’ section. You can find ‘Language Bar’ option under that section. Click that option and find out ‘Show the Language Bar on the Desktop’ option to deselect it.

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    Re: Language Bar keeps showing up in taskbar even after deselecting from toolbars on Windows XP Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Few days ago, I have installed Windows XP Pro into my laptop. Everything works fine except the Language Bar. It appears on the task bar again and again. I have already right clicked the taskbar and unchecked the ‘Language Bar’ option under Toolbars. Is there any other way available to get rid of this issue?
    HELLO DEAR,

    SOLUTION:-

    >> Dear from the start button of your computer open the control panel.

    >> Dear as the control panel window appears you have to choose the regional and language icon.

    >> Dear the regional and language dialog box will appear you have to click on detail.

    >> Dear now text service and input language named box will appear in front of you.

    >> Dear at the bottom part you see the tab language bar dear click on it.

    nuke_the_language_bar.jpg

    >>Dear now deselect the check box in front of the option show the language bar on the desktop.

    I HOPE YOU GET YOUR PROBLEM SOLVED.

    HAVE A NICE DAY,

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    Re: Language Bar keeps showing up in taskbar even after deselecting from toolbars on Windows XP Pro

    Hello !!

    yes there is another option for removing the language bar.
    when the language bar appaers do the following things:-

    1. right click on the language bar.
    2.select >> option
    3. now select >> dont show me when startup

    now reboot your pc.
    now no message will be dispalyed.

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    Re: Language Bar keeps showing up in taskbar even after deselecting from toolbars on Windows XP Pro

    hello !!

    to stop the language bat to appear do follow the steps given below :-

    1.right click on the language bar icon
    2, you will see properties option there.
    3.select properties option
    4.a dialogue box open under that
    5. select dont show me on startup

    now click ok >>apply

    reboot your pc.
    your language bar now not be displayed.
    hope i am clear to you.

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    Re: Language Bar keeps showing up in taskbar even after deselecting from toolbars on Windows XP Pro

    Hello friend..

    There are too easy to stop the language bar in the task bar.

    Follow these steps:;-

    * Right click on the language bar and click the settings.

    * Now look for the option to turn off advanced text services.

    * Now right click on the taskbar, go to the toolbars and uncheck the language bar.

    Finally you will not be seen the language bar..

    All the Best!!

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