The latest Windows 11 Dev build 22538 has some interesting changes to the Taskbar whereupon it responds well to resizing. The build also reveals hidden Task Manager changes for upcoming releases.
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Stardock released v1.1 of its Start11 app that aims to fix some irritating problems with Windows 11's Start menu and taskbar. It also adds additional customization options for Windows 10 too.
RoundedTB 3.1 has been released and the app brings a new Fill Taskbar on Alt+Tab effect that works only Windows 11, for now at least. Other than this, there are some more new features too.
The recent Windows 11 Dev builds have a new visual glitch that seems to show the battery of laptops going beyond the 100% chargeable capacity. Microsoft seems to be aware of the issue.
Stardock's Start11 has finally come out of beta with the release of 1.0. The program also adds a way for Windows 10 users to make their taskbar and Start menu look a bit more Windows 11 if they want.
If you are looking for a free way to turn Windows 11 back into Windows 10 a bit, with regards to the taskbar and File Explorer at least, Explorer Patcher will do this for you. Bye bye, useless menus!
Start11 continues to see new features that make the Windows 11 taskbar and Start menu suck a bit less. New features in RC2 include hide recently installed apps, 240Hz support and more.
One of the major complaints Windows Insiders have had against Windows 11, is that it is no longer possible to reposition the taskbar to the top or sides, Start11 restores this missed option.
One of the major complaints Windows Insiders have had against Windows 11, is that it is no longer possible to reposition the taskbar to the top or sides, Start11 will restore this option.