For quite a long time, the taskbar in Windows has consistently been positioned at the bottom of the screen. Yet, it doesn’t need to remain as such, you may like to have it at the top of the screen, or on the sides to maximize vertical screen real estate. In the event that you are new to the operating system, here’s the manner by which to change its position of the taskbar in Windows 10 (or any version of Windows for that matter):
Windows 10’s taskbar normally extends across the lower part of the screen, yet you can move it to the right side of the screen in a vertical direction. It’s extraordinary for widescreen displays, giving your applications more vertical screen estate.
To start with, right click on the taskbar and find the alternative called “Lock The Taskbar” in the rundown. On the off chance that that choice has a checkmark beside to it, click on it. This unlocks the taskbar so you can move it.
With your taskbar unlocked, you are presently allowed to move it. Click on the taskbar and drag your mouse cursor to the left or right edge of the screen.
(You can even drag it to the top of your screen, in the event that you prefer a horizontal taskbar up there.)
At the point when the cursor draws close enough to the edge, the taskbar will snap into a vertical position.
While the taskbar is unlocked, you can likewise tap the handle at its edge and drag it to extend or shrink the taskbar. In a vertical direction, it will get wider or narrower.
In the event that you’d like, right click on the taskbar again and select “Lock The Taskbar” so it has a checkmark alongside it. This will ensure you don’t move the taskbar coincidentally. Presently you can use the taskbar obviously.
On the off chance that you’d prefer to move it back, ensure the taskbar is unlocked, at that point drag the taskbar back where you’d like it. You can even drag it to the top of the screen in the event that you wish.
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