The Ultimate Guide to Taskbar Personalization


What are the steps to personalize the visual design of my taskbar monitor?


Right-click on an empty space on your taskbar and select ‘Taskbar settings’. This will open the settings window where you can begin customization.

Step 2: Choose Taskbar Items

Decide what you want to see on your taskbar. You can toggle system icons like the clock, volume, network, and more. Turn them on or off based on your preference.

Step 3: Taskbar Appearance

You can change the color of your taskbar by navigating to ‘Personalization’ and then ‘Colors’. Choose the color you like and make sure to check ‘Start, taskbar, and action center’ under ‘Show accent color on the following surfaces’.

Step 4: Taskbar Behaviors

Adjust the taskbar behaviors such as ‘Automatically hide the taskbar in desktop mode’ or ‘Use small taskbar buttons’ to save space or achieve a minimalist look.

Step 5: Add Toolbars

You can add toolbars to your taskbar for quick access to apps, folders, or shortcuts. Right-click on the taskbar, go to ‘Toolbars’, and select ‘New toolbar…’. Choose the folder you want to add.

Step 6: Monitor-Specific Settings

If you’re using multiple monitors, you can choose to extend your taskbar across all screens or have it only on the primary monitor. You can also decide if you want to show taskbar buttons on all taskbars or just the main one.

Step 7: Third-Party Applications

For more advanced customization, consider third-party applications that offer additional features like more detailed CPU, RAM, and network monitoring.

Remember, the exact steps may vary slightly depending on your operating system version. Always ensure that any third-party software comes from a reputable source to avoid security risks. Happy customizing!

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