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How to move the Task Bar

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Best Answer batpark , 15 April 2020 - 03:29 PM

Zep516: Right on. Fixed. Thank you.   batpark Go to the full post »


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For some reason the Task bar on my W10 laptop moved from the bottom of the screen to its right side. How do I replace it along the bottom? Thanks.  ...batpark


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Hello batpark,

 

Put your mouse on the task bar hold the left click button down and drag the mouse towards the bottom of your screen. That should do it.


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Zep516: Right on. Fixed. Thank you.   batpark


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Welcome !

 

You can also right click on the task bar in an empty area then choose/ click on "Taskbar settings" and discover other options. You can also lock the task bar by right clicking on it and choosing "Lock the taskbar"


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