On Windows the 'Favorites & Recent' panel always appears at the bottom of the Parallels Toolbox slide-over window. This makes sense - most Windows users leave the taskbar at the bottom of the desktop where Microsoft places it by default. However, when the Windows Taskbar is positioned at the top of the desktop (where it should be, dammit! the "Favorites & Recent" panel is no longer close to the Parallels Toolbox system tray icon. Not a big deal, of course, but in this case it would be easier to use if it was at the top instead of at the bottom. Cheers, Steve P.S. IMHO - Put the taskbar at the top, install Classic Shell, create custom toolbars to organize your stuff ... now that's a Windows desktop that just plain works better.