Meanwhile I uninstalled CIS, because it used 50-60% of the CPU all the time…
Then I installed COMODO Firewall 10 (and now I use Windows Defender as antivirus again).
And the taskbar height problem is now gone.
But thank you guys, I will try this if I install CIS again and the problem comes back!
It will be better to collect Windows Performance logs during the issue reproducing. If it is possible, please install CIS again and check the issue. If the issue reproduces we will provide you instruction how to collect mentioned logs for further investigation of the issue.
Now the problem is back. Although I am currently using COMODO Firewall 10 (v10.2.0.6514).
So COMODO Firewall causes it too or it is not realted to COMODO products. I am not sure.
But I hadn’t it before I installed CIS.
How can I collect Windows Performance logs?
I found this:
Is this okay?
But the problem does not always appear…
So I plan to turn on logging and then check the logs immediately after the problem appears!
Sergey was referring to your statement of high CPU usage so he wanted you to provide performance logs to diagnose it. You should try mine and then qmarius suggesting to determine if it fixes the initial issue of taskbar height not being remembered.
I tested the above solution with COMODO Firewall 10, but it did not help, taskbar still often forgot it’s height.
(Even if I switched to another user and then back to mine.)
Now I uninstalled COMODO Firewall and the problem is gone again! So I think it is COMODO product related somehow.
But now I am testing it for a while to be sure…