Running KeePass 2.25 on Windows 8.1 64-bit.
When KeePass has just been started, dragging part of the window to overlap the Windows taskbar causes it to appear on top of the taskbar instead of under it like all other programs do. This can confuse users and make it hard to access the Windows taskbar. Clicking an empty area of the taskbar brings the taskbar to the top and fixes the behavior, until the next time KeePass is started. If the KeePass window is closed while it is overlapping the taskbar (even if it is under the taskbar), the next time it is opened it will be on top of the taskbar.
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