Microsoft has introduced several changes in the new Windows 11 OS. It comes with a unique design and features. Microsoft had made one of the noticeable changes that centered on the taskbar items. The start menu and all other icons on the taskbar are aligned and centered. The position of the taskbar will change if we notice. Instead of the taskbar appearing on the left side of the screen, the taskbar now appears in the middle of the screen.
On Windows 11, you can change the taskbar alignment to the left or center. Using the taskbar alignment options in Windows 11, you can choose to align the taskbar to the left or center. The taskbar has been modified on Windows 11, so everything is centered on the screen.
When you install Windows 11 or upgrade to Windows 11, the taskbar aligns to the center of the screen by default. Even though this makes it simpler to access the start menu and programs, many users prefer to have the taskbar aligned to the left. This risewindows guide will show you how to align the taskbar to the left on Windows 11.
How do I Align Taskbar Items to the Left on Windows 11?
Step 1. First, open the Settings app by pressing the
Step 2. Now, on the right side of Personalization, select the
Step 3. Then, click the down arrow in Taskbar behaviors to see more options related to Windows 11 Taskbar.
Step 4. After that, from the dropdown menu of “Taskbar alignment,” select the
Finally, all the icons on the Windows 11 Taskbar will immediately align to the left. That means there is no need to restart your PC. If you change your mind and want to restore it to the original position on the taskbar (center aligned), repeat the above steps, and in step 4, select the
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Also, read TaskbarXI Turns your Windows 11 Taskbar into a macOS-like Dock.