Moving the Taskbar

The taskbar docks by default at the bottom of the screen (the main screen, if you have more than one), but you can move it to any other edge, including any edge of a secondary screen. To move the taskbar, select a Taskbar Location On Screen option in Taskbar And Start Menu Properties .

As an alternative, you can manipulate the taskbar directly: Unlock it (right-click an unoccupied spot and choose Lock The Taskbar—unless no check mark appears beside that command, which means that taskbar is already unlocked). Then drag any unoccupied part of the taskbar in the direction you want to go . (Don't drag the edge of the taskbar closest to the center of the screen; doing that changes the taskbar's size, not its position .)


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