The search box is no longer inside the taskbar but can be accessed by first clicking on the Start menu – an extra step. (Although the fact that Cortana is no longer automatically part of this search box can at least be seen by many as a plus, The verege reports.
According to some reports, the taskbar is located at the bottom of the computer or desktop screen, and it was introduced by Microsoft, and then appeared in all versions of Windows, and its most important components are the following: The Start button: It is responsible for running and locating programs and showing their location. Open Programs: The taskbar allows the user to access currently open programs and display them on the computer screen. Date and time: It is useful for inferring the time and date, and it is located on the taskbar. Items running in the background: they appear via the notification area.
The taskbar is known as a moving bar, which can be hidden and adjusted, located at the end of the user’s graphic interface, and used as a launch platform for applications and programs, and is considered a carrier of icons that indicate running programs. It was first introduced by Microsoft in the operating system. Running Windows 95, it has since been used and approved by multiple operating systems.
According to The Verege, the taskbar is now permanently pinned to the bottom of the screen — so if you feel more comfortable placing it on top of the screen, or on either side, you’re out of luck.
But Microsoft will likely bring back some of these capabilities in future updates to the new operating system.
And how to set the current Windows 11 taskbar you need to do the following lines:
INSTALL APP ON TASKBAR
Pinning an app to the taskbar at the bottom can be a little weird. There are several ways to deal with it:
If an app is running, its icon will appear in the taskbar with an underline to indicate that it is active.
If you want its icon to remain in the taskbar even after closing it, right-click on the icon and select Pin to taskbar.
Most of the applications are easy to remove: just right-click on the icon and select “Unpin from taskbar”.
Few icons take more effort to remove. The Start menu icon, as expected, is not removable. But there are four other icons that cannot be removed but can be hidden.
The easiest way to do this is:
Right-click on the taskbar.
Select “Taskbar Settings”.
You can also get there by going to Settings, Personalization, and Taskbar.
Toggle which of the four icons – “Search”, “Task View”, “Tools” or “Chat” – you want to hide.
Those of you who used Windows 10, 7, or earlier versions, are accustomed to accessing the Start menu from the lower left corner of the screen.
If your muscle memory keeps your hand drifting to that angle, you can move the central app icons to your left instead:
Right-click on the taskbar and click on “Taskbar Settings”.
Select “Taskbar Behaviors”.
Find “Taskbar alignment” and click on the button on the right where it says “Center”. Select “Left” instead.
Close the Settings window, and you’ll see that the app icons in the taskbar have moved to the left, with the Start menu icon in the corner.
And the Taskbar Behaviors section of Settings lets you do more than just move the icons to the left. It also allows you to automatically hide the taskbar and show a badge on taskbar applications to notify you, for example, of any unread messages; Dealing with how the taskbar works on multiple monitors; And show a clean desktop by clicking on the far right corner of the taskbar.
Corner icons turn out to be the icons in the right corner of the taskbar — the ones that display the time and date, battery status, volume, and Wi-Fi status, among other things. The overflow window is the small popup that appears when you select the arrow to the left of these corner icons.
The icons in the Overflow window are meant to notify you when something needs to be done – messages that have arrived or an update that is needed.
This is useful for applications, such as Discord, that tend to run in the background; You can easily close it from the overflow by right-clicking on the icon and looking for the option “Exit”.
While most corner icons that come with Windows are permanent, some can be hidden — specifically, the stylus menu, touch keyboard, and virtual touchpad. It can be found in the same taskbar settings menu that allows us to move the icons to the left; Just click on Taskbar Corner Icons and toggle the icons you don’t want to see.