The new taskbar isn’t just a fresh design, it is built from the ground up and a fresh start. Windows 11 has changed how tasks are completed in a fast, efficient way.
If you’re encountering strange bugs with your Windows 11 taskbar, we have some potential solutions. Windows 11 Taskbar Not Working
Windows 11 Taskbar Not Working? How to Fix It
Reset Taskbar Behavior Settings
If you’ve changed the taskbar behavior, then one thing you can try is to reset it to its defaults. To do this, open up the Settings app and go back to the home screen.
To start with Copymatic, press Ctrl + Shift + Esc on your keyboard to open the Task Manager. Then click on Detailed to show the process in detail.
To run a new task, simply type ms-settings: in the task window.
go to the Personalization tab and click on Taskbar.
To make your taskbar start on the edge of the screen, you first need to go to Settings and find the Taskbar behavior tab (it is at the bottom). Uncheck Automatically hide the taskbar, and then set the alignment of your taskbar to Center.
Enable Taskbar on All Screens
If you’re using Windows 11 with a multi-monitor display, you need to manually set the taskbar to show up on all of your displays. You can do this by opening the Task Manager and opening the taskbar settings screen. (Ctrl + Shift + Esc).
Follow the following steps to input ms-settings into your task. Create a new task by selecting File and then Run new task, type in ms-settings and press Enter.
Click on the Settings option and find the Taskbar and click on it.
On the Taskbar settings page, click on Taskbar behaviors and check the box next to Show my taskbar on all displays.
Restart Windows Explorer
The taskbar may stop working if Windows Explorer experiences bugs. One way to possibly fix this is to restart Windows Explorer. First, you can open up the Task Manager, and set it to the detailed view. (Ctrl + Shift + Esc)
To solve the problem of an overtaxed taskbar, you can restart Windows Explorer. To do so, find it on the detailed view of Process Hacker and then right-click.
Restart Taskbar Services
If restarting Windows Explorer does not solve your issue, then you may need to restart the associated services that correspond to the taskbar.
Open the Task Manager (CTRL + SHIFT + ESC) and set it to the Detailed view. Then navigate to the Details tab at the top. Scroll through processes until finding the following processes:
To use your computer again, you need to end all the tasks on your list. When the tasks are all completed, please restart your PC and it should work as normal. Get More Detail
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