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Lots of users have multiple monitors these days. However you can only display the Windows taskbar on the "primary display".
Stretch the Windows taskbar along the bottom, top or side (as selected by the user) of each monitor.
This would allow more space for the taskbar buttons, quick-launch bar and system tray for multi-monitor users (ie the type of user who are likely to have more windows open in the first place!)