On Windows 10, the taskbar partly covers the ZBrush interface.
Posted by Matthew Yetter on 11 October 2016 12:53 PM

This issue is unique to the Home Page function in the anniversary edition of Windows 10. It affects many programs in addition to ZBrush.  Any notification application (such as Google Hangouts)  that is active in the taskbar can force it to stay on top.  The most common culprit is the notification function built into Windows 10 itself.  To override this, click the gear (Settings) icon found at the top of the Windows 10 Home Page.  This will show the options dialogue.  Select the option to “Show if news updated,” then close the window and close Home Page.  The next time you start ZBrushCore, the taskbar should be behind it.   

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