How to Remove Taskbar on a Second Monitor on Windows 11?

The more complicated your work is on the computer, the easier way you seek to get things done. It is this reason why most users use a dual monitor setup. If you also have a dual monitor setup, having the taskbar on both screens might be useless. In such a situation, you can hide it on the secondary screen.

Luckily, Microsoft provides a feature that you can use and hide the taskbar on the secondary monitor. And you won’t even have to use a third-party application, so it’s a plus. In this risewindows article, we provide you with instructions that you can go through to learn the process.

How to Remove Taskbar on a Second Monitor on Windows 11?

Use the following steps to hide or disable the taskbar from your additional monitors on your computer:-

Step 1: First, go to Windows 11 Settings.

You can do that by pressing the key combination Windows + I on your keyboard. Alternatively, go to the taskbar and right-click on the Start button. After that, go to Settings.

Step 2: In the left sidebar, find Personalization.

Step 3: Next, in the personalization window, click on the Taskbar tile.

Step 4: Then, go to the Taskbar behaviors header.

Step 5: Finally, go to the “Show my taskbar on all displays” option and uncheck it.

However, if you change your mind in the future, repeat the steps and then check the option that says “Show my taskbar on all displays.”

How to Hide Taskbar on a Second Monitor in Windows 10?

Use the following steps to remove or disable Taskbar on the second monitor in Windows 10:-

Step 1: First, open Settings on your computer.

You can do that by pressing the key combination Windows + I on your keyboard. Alternatively, go to the taskbar and right-click on the Start button. After that, go to Settings.

Step 2: Look for the Personalization category.

Step 3: In the left sidebar, go to the Taskbar option.

Step 4: Look for the “Multiple displays” section and turn off the toggle switch Show the taskbar on all displays.

If you change your mind in the future and want to return to the previous settings, repeat the above steps, and in step 4, turn on the toggle switch “Show taskbar on all displays.”

That is it.

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