I got this from an old post. Works just as before.
["niver" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
We wrote a minimalist shell toolbar which 'hosts' the pre-sp3 address
bar and allows it to be added to the taskbar. No reimplementation, the
exact same behavior as before SP3.
Currently there's no installer, please follow simple instructions in
Software provided AS IS. Has been verified for viruses, but you should
always double-verify anything you download anyway.]
"Jeffrey W. Bowen" <email@example.com> wrote in message
| Thanks for the info guys.
| I apologize if I posted to the wrong group.
| I just thought it would be logical to post to the update group since most
| people who recently updated might go to this newsgroup first for a
| Anyway, I appreciate the assist.
| Jeffrey Bowen
| formerly known as Sky Captain
| "Jeffrey W. Bowen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
| >I just installed SP3 on my computer running Windows XP Home Edition SP2.
| >When I restarted, I found that I could no longer put the address bar on
| >task bar.
| > KB951448 explains that:
| > This behavior is by design.
| > The Address toolbar has been removed from the taskbar in Windows XP SP3
| > response to an issue that was raised by a regulatory agency.
| > What I want to know is, is there a registry fix that can restore this
| > option?
| > Jeff Bowen
| > email@example.com
| > formerly known as Sky Captain