When you’re playing a game the taskbar can be a distraction and one of the best ways to get more screen space is to make Windows 10 auto-hide the taskbar when you’re not using it. As with the case of previous Windows versions, Windows 10 allows you to auto-hide the taskbar. In this article, we will show you a step-by-step how to you can make the Taskbar on your Windows 10 computer hide automatically when not needed.
Auto Hide or show Taskbar in Windows 10
1- Right-click in an empty area of the taskbar and select Taskbar Settings.
You can open the Start menu, select “Settings,” click “Personalization,” and then select “Taskbar” in the left men
See if the toggle is switched to “On” position under “Automatically hide the taskbar in desktop mode”. This will affect the taskbar whenever your computer is in desktop mode.
If you’re using tablet mode on a touchscreen monitor toggle “Automatically hide the taskbar in tablet mode” on.
Your taskbar will now hide until you move your mouse to the bottom of the screen, as shown below.
Move your cursor to the bottom of the screen and the taskbar will pop back up. It will hide again when you move your mouse off it.
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