One of the most significant updates of Windows 11 can be seen right away in its interface. The Windows 11 desktop interface looks fresh with the start button and taskbar now in the middle of the screen. The size of the application icon also looks smaller and the Quick Settings panel is now available.
Admittedly, the Windows 11 interface is indeed more up-to-date. However, unfortunately not all users are familiar with this new Windows 11 interface. Fortunately, Microsoft provides a series of customizations to make the Windows 11 interface easier to use by users.
Microsoft also still allows users to change the start button and taskbar to the lower left position of the screen. Or, back to normal like the standard interface of Windows 10 OS and previous Windows.
Here are tips on moving the Taskbar and Windows 11 Start Button that can be done quickly and easily.
1. Open the Settings menu
2. Select Personalization3. Select Taskbar
4. After entering, select Taskbar Behaviors
5. In the Taskbar Alignment options change the position option from Center to Left
When finished, the start button and taskbar will automatically move from the middle to the lower left side of the screen. The taskbar can also be hidden when not in use. You can do this by right-clicking on the taskbar and then going to Taskbar Settings. Select Taskbar Behavior again and check the box Automatically hide the taskbar.
If you want to hide the default Taskbar applications such as Search, Task View, Widgets and Chat, you can do this by selecting Taskbar Items.