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Just to clarify -

 Do you mean a shortcut that you have put on the taskbar?

Or do you mean the icon in the system tray (at the right end of the taskbar)?

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3 minutes ago, nukecad said:

Just to clarify -

 Do you mean a shortcut that you have put on the taskbar?

Or do you mean the icon in the system tray (at the right end of the taskbar)?

Actually both places. The image is from the active app on the Task Bar. 

This is part of the Systray.

 

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Hi.

That Taskbar has a black background.    If you were to pick a different Taskbar layout, you should see a change for the better.

task-clock.png.c189ea0e60969a59fa124006cd5edd0b.png

This is what my current one looks like.

 

See   https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026865/windows-10-change-start-menu-taskbar-action-center-colors

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14 minutes ago, Maurice Naggar said:

Hi.

That Taskbar has a black background.    If you were to pick a different Taskbar layout, you should see a change for the better.

task-clock.png.c189ea0e60969a59fa124006cd5edd0b.png

This is what my current one looks like.

 

See   https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026865/windows-10-change-start-menu-taskbar-action-center-colors

Thank you. Changed it from Navy Blue to Light Purple and I can more easily see the icon.

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