New update of Windows Vista has changed the display including the taskbar settings

Last night, my computer is kept up-to-date on my computer that I did not authorize.  I am running a virus scan.  I do not notice any difference (in fact, the computer seems to work better), but the taskbar like Windows 98.  I spent under properties and tried to change the theme, but only classic Windows is available.  Please tell me how I can change my taskbar.  It is quite annoying.

I also had this problem, the problem disappeared after a second reboot immediately after the update. I hope I could help

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