Per­son­alise the Taskbar

“Ev­ery­thing you need to know to get the most from the Win­dows Taskbar, from sim­ple set­ting changes to handy tips you may not be aware of”

Windows Help & Advice - - CONTENTS - Your guide Mark Wy­ciś­lik-Wil­son says…

The Taskbar sits at the bot­tom (prob­a­bly) of your screen day in, day out. You in­ter­act with it con­stantly, but the chances are that you don’t give it a great deal of thought. It’s easy to over­look some­thing that you see so fre­quently, and this could mean that you’re miss­ing out on its full po­ten­tial. The Taskbar is not only home to the Start but­ton and the pro­gram short­cuts that are au­to­mat­i­cally in­stalled for you, but also the pro­grams cur­rently run­ning, and the fold­ers you have open. It has plenty more pos­si­bil­i­ties, too, you just need to know where to look. With­out the need for ex­tra soft­ware, you can change the po­si­tion and func­tion­al­ity of the Taskbar so it gives you ac­cess to more of the tools you need faster, en­abling you to be far more pro­duc­tive. Here we re­veal the Taskbar’s many se­crets and ca­pa­bil­i­ties. You might be sur­prised by how ver­sa­tile it can be.

Mark’s best tip! En­able the Desk­top tool­bar – move all the way to the right of the Taskbar and click the dou­ble-ar­row there .

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