How to Move and Resize the Taskbar in Windows
Typically, the taskbar appears as a single row at the bottom of your desktop; however, you can change its position and size.
Follow these steps to move your taskbar.
The taskbar must be unlocked in order to move it.
If you need additional space for more icons, or a little bit more desktop space, you can resize the unlocked taskbar.
A wider taskbar accommodates more app icons.
As the taskbar is resized, existing desktop icons move to create additional space.
You can lock the taskbar to ensure it's not accidentally moved or resized. Once the taskbar is locked, it remains in the same place until it's unlocked again.
A checkmark appears next to the choice.
Hiding the taskbar provides you with more room on your desktop.
Toggle on or off hiding the taskbar in Tablet Mode, if necessary.
If toggled on, the taskbar hides itself on the edge of the screen.
The taskbar reappears.
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