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The taskbar displays all running applications — both minimized and on the desktop (see Figure 3-4).
You can keep the taskbar running in a separate location from the panel or you can have them both located in the same place on the desktop. The default configuration places the taskbar at the top of the desktop while the panel runs at the bottom of the desktop. Right-click on the panel and select Panel menu => Settings to open the Kpanel Control Module. Make your placement selection under Panel Location on the General tab.
You can maximize running applications or bring them to the front of your working windows by clicking on the associated item on the taskbar.
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Another way to bring minimized or background windows to the front is
to use the