Category Archives: Taskbar

How to Hide Clock and Date from Windows 11 Taskbar?

When you install Windows 11 on your PC, you will find a Taskbar at the bottom of the screen that hosts the Windows logo, a few icons in the center, and a clock & date in the far right corner. Although it looks good, several customizations have been removed in Windows 11 taskbar, including the […]

How to Add “Automatically Hide Taskbar” to Context Menu in Windows 11 or 10?

Windows allows you to enable and disable the auto-hide taskbar feature using the built-in Settings app. However, if you want to access this feature more frequently on your Windows 11 or 10 PCs, you might consider adding “Automatically hide taskbar” in the context menu. Once you add “Automatically Hide Taskbar” to the right-click menu, you […]

How to Pin to Taskbar and Unpin from Taskbar in Windows 10?

Windows 10 contains a special application desktop toolbar that is known as Taskbar. By default, this Taskbar sits at the bottom of a display screen. You can find, open, and switch between opened apps from the taskbar. On the extreme right side of the taskbar, you can view the date and time, system icons, and […]

How to Enable New Taskbar Overflow in Windows 11?

Microsoft is slowly adding new features in Windows 11. The firm recently introduced Spotlight Desktop Theme and a new taskbar overflow. When you open a lot of applications and documents, depending on the taskbar size, all their icons may not fit the taskbar area. To make these icons management convenient, Windows 11 will now display […]

How to Enable Taskbar Search Widget in Windows 11 Build 25136?

Microsoft is testing many new features in Windows 11 and may be available in the final release of Windows 11 22H2. In Windows 11 Build 25136, Microsoft has added Taskbar Search Widget and Tabs in File Explorer. In earlier Developer built, we had seen Desktop Search Bar and Suggested Actions. However, for now, Microsoft is testing […]

How to Show or Hide the Taskbar Search Button on Windows 11?

Search plays a significant role in Windows 11, so Microsoft has put a Search button on your taskbar by default. The new Start Menu comes with a search box at the top, which lets you search anything directly. Using Windows Search, you can search for files, and folders, query the web, etc. However, if you […]

How to Enable or Disable Taskbar Context Menus in Windows 11 or 10?

In all versions of Windows operating systems, you will find a taskbar at the bottom of the screen. On Windows 11, the taskbar hosts the Start menu, Search, Task View, Widgets, Chat, File Explorer, Microsoft Edge, and Microsoft Store icons. By default, these icons are aligned to the center. The taskbar corner includes the notification […]

How to Change Mouse Hover Time to Display Taskbar Thumbnail Live Preview in Windows 11 and 10?

On a Windows 11 or 10 PC, when you hover the mouse cursor over the taskbar thumbnail of an application, you will see a live preview of that application window. This live preview automatically hides when you remove the cursor from the taskbar thumbnail. While the default time to show a live preview of an […]

How to Enable or Disable Unpin from Taskbar in Windows 11?

By default, Windows 11 Taskbar items remain in the center and host the Start menu, Search, Task View, Widgets, Teams Chat, File Explorer, Microsoft Edge, and Microsoft Store buttons. Users can also pin an application or folder to the Taskbar that also stays in the center. Manually pinned items can be unpinned from the Taskbar […]