Here’s how to move your taskbar to any side of the screen
The Windows taskbar traditionally sits on the bottom of the screen. We’ll got used to this arrangement.
But, on a wide screen like all the modern screens, you might find it’s more space efficient to move the taskbar to one of the sides.
By moving it to your left, for example, you make more vertical room for the websites you visit in your browsers. There are other examples, too, but you get the idea.
So, if you decide to move your taskbar, follow this simple process:
- Right click on taskbar;
- Click Taskbar Settings from the menu;
- Pick left, right or even top from the “Taskbar location on screen” drop-down.
Easy enough, right?
It’s worth mentioning that you can do the same for older versions of Windows, Like Windows 7 or bad old Vista.