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I don't mean to sound like a jerk here, but is "Task Menu" a documented name
for this "window," or just your preference? In Windows 3.1 there was a Task
List. In Windows 9x there is the Taskbar. I don't see anything in the
Windows 95 Help about a Task Menu.
I reiterate my point. If it doesn't have a name, don't make one up for it.
If necessary, describe it in words or--better yet--a picture.
Again, Sean, nothing personal. But it's not documentation if we start making
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