Q: I have Windows Normally, whenever I'm on YouTube and make the video I'm watching full-screen, my Taskbar disappears so the video takes up my entire screen. But lately, for some reason, the Taskbar stays where it is and blocks the bottom part of my screen, including the Play and Pause button and video timer. I can "hide" the Taskbar through the Taskbar Settings to get around this issue, but I like having it there all the time outside of when I'm watching full-screen videos.
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About five years ago, a prodigious young French filmmaker named Vincent Moon reinvented the music video. He put musicians in awkward situations, and the results were magnetic. He set up the band Phoenix, already fairly famous at that point, as buskers in a sea of tourists outside the Eiffel Tower ; the National sat crammed elbow to elbow around a picnic table in the South of France ; Yo La Tengo played a Troggs cover amid squealing schoolchildren in Montmartre. What would come to be known as the Take-Away Shows began when Moon, a film-obsessive in search of an outlet, started shooting experimental performance videos for a French music blog in
Vide Explorer is a fast, free and simple alternative to default "Xbox Video" app from Microsoft. Video Explorer has lots of advanced features: - folders navigation Video folder, Camera Roll folder and SD card and subfolders - long filenames and titles! If any video has title inside, you'll see both title and filename!