4 replies, 2 voices Last updated by PK 2 weeks, 1 day ago
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    • #51450

      PK
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      @PK

      Is there any way to move the Task Bar in Windows 11?

    • #51458

      TeamKomando:John
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      @264458

      Hello PK,

      Of course, you can move it by following these directions I found on microsoft.com.

      Typically, the taskbar is at the bottom of the desktop, but you can also move it to either side or the top of the desktop. When the taskbar is unlocked, you can change its location. See Lock and unlock the taskbar to find out if yours is locked. When you’ve confirmed that your taskbar is unlocked, press and hold or right-click any empty space on the taskbar. Select Taskbar settings > Taskbar location on screen, and then select Left, Top, Right, or Bottom.

    • #51460

      PK
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      @PK

      That is the method I used in Windows 10. However, I can find no place to unlock the taskbar.

    • #51462

      TeamKomando:John
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      @264458

      My apologies PK,

      Windows 11 does not natively offer a solution to moving your start menu, you can opt to use a registry hack detailed here. However this is not recommended and could cause issues.

    • #51466

      PK
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      @PK

      Microsoft strikes again

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