Where did this come from?? How to remove it?

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    MajikImaje

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    Something wierd just happened and I have absolutely no idea how to remove it.



    What is that big blue thing on the left side of my desktop? How do I remove it ???

    It says:

    Folder Tasks;

    Other places

    Details

    I can't post a link to the photo because I have not made 5 posts.



    ANY help will be greatly appreciated
     
    MajikImaje, Dec 26, 2012
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    It is big it is blue; and it takes up the height of the screen on the left side only.

    It can't be moved or closed -
     
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    Two more posts and then I can post an image of this problem
     
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    I will post an image of this problem on my next post
     
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