How to Show Taskbar when a Video is in Full-Screen mode in Windows 7

Make the taskbar visible when a YouTube video is in full-screen mode in Windows 7.
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Here's a quick tip on how to get the Taskbar in Windows 7 to become visible while watching a flash video (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.) in full-screen mode.

  1. To get the taskbar to show while still in full-screen video mode, simply press the Windows (logo ÿ) key on the keyboard.
  2. Tapping the Windows start key will invoke the operating system's start menu, and thus makes the Taskbar visible over the top of a flash video in full-screen mode.

 

 


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