Join , subscribers and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles. Most of you are probably used to the Taskbar always being at the bottom of the screen and have never thought about moving it. Here we show you how to move it to any of the four corners of the desktop in XP, Vista, and Windows 7. Here we take a look at it on the right side in Windows 7. Here is a look at what it looks like at the top of the Desktop. On the left side…with it on this side it made sense to move shortcuts to the right side of the desktop.
How to move the Windows Taskbar from its default position or reset it to its default position
Taskbar - Wikipedia
In this guide, you'll learn how to relocate the taskbar in Windows 7 and later to one of the four edges of the screen. You'll also learn how to use the taskbar's auto-hide feature to regain some screen real estate. When you unlock the taskbar you will not only be able to relocate the taskbar, but you will also be able to adjust the size of the Notification Area and other toolbars on the taskbar. When you are ready to move the taskbar, simply left-click and hold the taskbar with your mouse.
Configure the taskbar settings in Windows Vista
Did you know you can move your Windows task bar to any edge of your desktop? This very simple guide will tell you how to do it. To create this article, volunteer authors worked to edit and improve it over time.
The Windows Taskbar is that strip of desktop real estate that usually claims the bottom row of your PC screen. It can be moved, resized, or even hidden. And sometimes it gets hidden by mistake and you have to fix it.