How to Move Windows 11 Taskbar to Left, Right, or Top of Screen?

If you’ve recently upgraded or installed Windows 11, you’ll notice that the Taskbar is fixed to the bottom of the screen, and icons are centered.
Unlike Windows 10, Windows 11 does not provide any options for moving the Taskbar to
any side of the screen.
However, a registry tweak allows you to move the  Windows 11 Taskbar to the screen’s left, right, or top.
This risewindows article will show you how to use Registry Editor to move your Windows 11 Taskbar to the screen’s left, right, or top.

How to Move Windows 11 Taskbar to Top, Left, or Right?

Follow the below-illustrated steps to change the location of the Windows 11 Taskbar:-

Step 1. First of all, open Registry Editor.

Step 2. After that, browse to the following key from the left side of the Registry Editor window:


Step 3. Then, double-click on the Settings REG_BINARY in the right pane of the StuckRects3 folder.

Step 4. When the “Edit Binary Value” window opens, you will see a table of binary numbers under the “Value data” section. Double-click on the 03 value under FE in the 00000008-row and make sure it is highlighted in blue.

Step 5. Next, press the Delete key from the keyboard to remove this value. Now, type one of the following values and click OK.

  • 00: Move Taskbar to the left
  • 01: Move Taskbar to the top
  • 02: Move Taskbar to the right
  • 03: Move Taskbar to the bottom

Step 6. At last, restart your computer to apply the changes.

When you complete the steps mentioned above, your Windows 11 Taskbar should move to your desired location on the screen.

Happy and Great Taskbar moving!

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