Windows 11 has arrived earlier than expected and is now available for download on your PC. This new operating system from Microsoft introduces a fresh look, featuring a widget menu, Android app integration, and other exciting features.
One notable change in Windows 11 is the placement of the Start menu and other Taskbar icons. Unlike Windows 10, located in the left corner of the screen, they are now aligned in the center. However, if you prefer the old layout and want to switch them back to the left corner, you’ll be pleased to know that it can be done quickly and easily.
To help you with this adjustment, we have prepared a step-by-step guide below. Follow along to learn how to move the Windows 11 Taskbar menu and icons back to the familiar left corner of your screen!
How to Move the Windows 11 Menu in the Corner of the Screen
1. Right-click on any free area of the Taskbar and select “Taskbar Settings”.
2. Then expand the “Taskbar Behaviors” option.
3. Locate the “Taskbar behavior” item and click “Center”.
4. In the opened menu, select “Left.”
5: once this is done, the “Start” menu and all Taskbar icons will be aligned with the left corner of the screen.