You are hiding the Windows toolbar when not in use gives you more desktop space and enjoys a beautiful desktop wallpaper. You can hide the Taskbar using Windows Settings in Windows 10, or right-click the Taskbar to hide it if you are using earlier versions of the operating system.
How To Hide Taskbar In Windows 10
Step 1: Right-click on the Taskbar and select Taskbar settings. Remember, you need to right-click an empty spot on your toolbar, and don’t contain any icons.
Note: When you right-click on the Taskbar toolbar you see Taskbar Properties, not Taskbar Settings, you only use an old version of Windows 10. You can follow the instructions below to hide the bar tools.
Step 2: In the Windows Settings window, drag the slider to ON at Automatically hide the taskbar in desktop mode. Immediately the Windows 10 toolbar will be hidden, this option only applies if you are using your computer in Desktop mode.
Step 3: If you are using your computer in Tablet mode, turn the slider to ON at Automatically hide the taskbar in tablet.
Step 4: When you move the mouse to the bottom of the screen, the toolbar will appear normally. And it will continue to be hidden if you move the mouse to another location.
Step 5: You can open the Menu in Taskbar location on screen to choose the position the toolbar will display: Above, left, right, below.
How To Hide Taskbar Windows 10 Tablet mode
If you’re using Windows in tablet mode, there’s an even faster way to hide the toolbar on your computer. Press and hold (or right-click) space on the Taskbar, and select Automatically hide the Taskbar.
How To Hide Taskbar Windows 8, 7 & XP
Step 1: Right-click the Taskbar toolbar and select Properties.
Step 2: Check the box for Auto-hide the taskbar.
Step 3: Click Apply and OK. Immediately you will see the toolbar is hidden.
Step 4: To show the toolbar again, move your mouse to the bottom of the screen where you can see the toolbar on your computer.
So you already know how to Hide Taskbar In Windows 10, 8, 7 & XP right? Hopefully, this article will help you and if you have any other questions or suggestions related to the article or about Windows, do not forget to leave your comments below.