If you’ve ever been frustrated with the plethora of system toolbars that are present on your PC, then you’ve probably been wondering how to disable them completely. In this article, you’ll learn how to disable the auto-hide feature of the desktop toolbar and move it to the taskbar. You’ll also learn how to turn off notifications from running apps in the background. These tips will help you create a more customized interface without cluttering your desktop.
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Turn off auto-hide
The Windows 10 operating system has an option to turn off the auto-hide for system toolbars. In order to turn this off, simply click the Start button and click on the Settings cog (the one above the power button). In the Taskbar settings window, choose the option to Automatically hide the taskbar while in desktop mode. Clicking on this option will hide the taskbar when in desktop mode, but turning it off will unhide it. To remove the auto-hide feature completely, you must edit the registry.
During certain situations, the auto-hide taskbar doesn’t work as intended. In those cases, the taskbar may fail to add space to the desktop and fail to reappear as planned. This is common because users have become accustomed to having the taskbar on their desktop, but the problem often occurs when you change settings. To fix the issue, follow these steps:
Move desktop toolbar to taskbar
If you’re tired of seeing the system toolbars cluttering your screen, you can move the desktop toolbar to the taskbar. This will hide the system toolbars from your screen and allows you to see only what’s currently open. You can even disable the system toolbars altogether if you don’t like the look of them. This method is not for the faint of heart, but many users have reported success with it.
To customize the look of your desktop, you can move the Desktop Toolbar to the taskbar. The Taskbar is a horizontal strip on the screen with icons and controls for all of the open applications. Right-clicking on any of these buttons will bring up a menu with options to move the toolbar to the taskbar. If you want to change the order of the icons, you can drag them to the second row.
Disable “Get even more out of Windows” splash screen
You may have noticed that the Get even more out of Windows prompt has been appearing on your Windows 10 PC lately. This prompt shows up when you sign in with your Microsoft account and displays additional services. To prevent this annoying prompt from appearing, follow the steps below:
You can also disable the “Get even more out of Windows” splash screens in your PC. They are annoying and can slow down your work. You can disable them by right-clicking their icon in the taskbar and selecting “disable notification.”
Turn off notifications for apps running in the background
You may be wondering how to turn off notifications for apps running in the background. In general, they are very annoying, because you have to spend a lot of time reading them. But that doesn’t have to be the case. You can disable the notification from system toolbars in three simple steps. Read on to discover how to do that. You can turn off notifications from apps that are running in the background using system toolbars.
To access this setting, right-click any empty space in the taskbar. Click the “Settings” menu. You can change the appearance of the toolbar. You can choose the background icon, the alignment, and the badging. You can also change the number of display options for the system toolbar. To customize the taskbar, you need to access the Taskbar settings. You can access this menu by pressing Windows key or right-clicking the taskbar.