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Windows 11: How To Shrink the Taskbar Without Any Fuss!

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Windows 11 has been leaked to the public and if you are reading this post then it is likely that you have already installed it. The new version brings an overhaul to the overall appearance of windows as well as some new integrations from Microsoft into the OS. You also get Microsoft Edge as your native browser for now but that and along with the pinned taskbar icons, seems to make an unpleasant experience for many users. Fear not, you can easily shrink down your taskbar using the tips below for a more minimalistic look on Windows 11

Related: Windows 11: How To Get Back the Windows 10 Start Menu

Remove Widgets, Desktop, Task View & Search button

Use the guide below to remove most of the default buttons from your Windows 11 taskbar. 

Press ‘Windows + I’ on your keyboard to open the ‘Settings’. Click and open ‘Personalization’. 

Now click and select ‘Taskbar’ on your left. 

Disable the following toggles mentioned below. 

  • Show Widgets button

  • Show Desktop button

  • Show Task View button

  • Show Search button

Once disabled, close the Settings page and the changes should be automatically reflected in your taskbar. You can now go ahead and use the guide below to replace Microsoft Edge with a browser of your choice. 

Unpin Edge in case you use another browser

Use the guide below to replace Edge with a browser of your choice in the taskbar. 

Right-click on Edge in your taskbar and select ‘Unpin from taskbar’. 

Now go to the desktop and right-click on the browser of your choice and select ‘Pin to taskbar’. 

The browser should now be pinned to your taskbar. 

And that’s it! Your taskbar should now appear slightly smaller. In addition to this, you can also opt for third-party utilities like TaskbarX to further customize and enhance your Windows taskbar. However, you might experience some bugs as TaskbarX is not yet compatible with Windows 11. 

We hope you were able to shrink your taskbar. If you have any more questions, feel free to reach out to us using the comments section below. 


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