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Ability to move the Windows 11 taskbar is the most requested feature on Feedback Hub

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In June, Microsoft announced the Windows 11 update which brought a new UI, features and under the hood changes to the operating system. However, along with the features, the company also removed some features, one of which was the ability to move the taskbar.

For a long time, Windows has offered an option to move taskbar, allowing users to put the taskbar in one of the four sides of the screen. However, with Windows 11, users will be restricted to having the taskbar at the bottom of the screen as Microsoft has removed the option to move it to the sides or to the top. You can view our deep dive on the Windows 11 taskbar and the changes from Window 10 in our Closer Look article.

Removing the ability to move the taskbar did not sit well with Windows users and an entry on the Feedback Hub has now gained over 20,000 upvotes with users demanding Microsoft to bring back the ability to move taskbar to the sides or the top. On the Feedback Hub, users note that they don't plan to upgrade to Windows 11 unless Microsoft adds the feature as the location of taskbar is integral to their daily workflow.

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Unfortunately, Microsoft has posted a generic response to the thread which you can read below:

We'll be continuing to evolve Windows 11 and its features based on feedback like this, so thank you so much for taking the time to give us your feedback!

With Windows 11 slated to roll out from October 5, we don't expect to see the feature back in time. However, we do hope that Microsoft takes the feedback into consideration and adds the feature back at a later stage. You can find the Feedback Hub entry here to give your own upvote or comment.

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