How To Configure the Taskbar on Multiple Monitors 

How To Configure the Taskbar on Multiple Monitors

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 Windows 10, How To Configure the Taskbar on Multiple Monitors:  If you have two or more displays connected to your PC, then you will be able to hide or show the Taskbar on all displays.

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When you connect an additional monitor to your computer, the Start button and taskbar are located by default on the primary display—typically, your computer display. If you want the Start button and taskbar to appear on a different display, you must designate that display as the primary display.

The main Taskbar is the Taskbar with the clock and notification area on it, and is on your main display by default unless you move the main Taskbar to another display.

To configure the Taskbar for multiple monitors using Taskbar Properties

 
Configure the Taskbar on Multiple Monitors 
Right-click on the Taskbar.
  1. Select Properties.

 
Configure the Taskbar on Multiple Monitors 
2. In the Taskbar tab, under “Multiple Displays”, check the box “Show Taskbar on all Displays”.
 
Configure the Taskbar on Multiple Monitors 
4. Click OK to confirm.

You can also follow the below steps:

1. Go to Start > Settings >  Personalization 

2. Click on Taskbar and scroll down to the “Multiple displays” heading.

3. Switch to “On” the slider labeled “Show taskbar on all displays

 
Configure the Taskbar on Multiple Monitors 
OR

You can Do it with Bat file.

.bat files below are for the registry key and values below.

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced

MMTaskbarEnabled DWORD

0 = Don’t show taskbar on multiple displays

1 = Show taskbar on multiple displays

MMTaskbarMode DWORD

0 = Show taskbar buttons on all taskbars

1 = Show taskbar buttons on the main taskbar and taskbar where the window is open

2 = Show taskbar buttons on the taskbar where the window is open

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