WINDOWS 10 TASKBAR NOT HIDING [FIX]
If you set the Taskbar automatically hide and in case, whether you need to show the full screen and the Taskbar won’t be hiding however, the auto-hide is enabled but not work then don’t worry in this article we provide a step by step guide to solve this problem.
Solution 1: Verify Taskbar Auto-Hide Enable?
- On the taskbar right-click and then choose Taskbar settings.
- If you turn on “Automatically hide the taskbar in desktop mode” then make sure this mode is specified for a desktop and laptop user.
- If you turn on “Automatically hide the taskbar in tablet mode” then make sure this mode is specific for a tablet user.
- Close the settings and restart your PC to save the changes.
Solution 2: Restart File Explorer
When you verify the taskbar setting and not fix taskbar not hiding on Windows 10 then use another method restart file explorer.
To complete the Action follow the below steps:
- Press Ctr l+ Shift + Esc on your keyboard to open the window task Manager.
- In the Task Manager click more details.
- Select the Windows Explorer in process tab and then select the Restart button.
Once the restart process is complete, now you can hide the taskbar automatically and your problem will be fixed.
Solution 3: Use Command In CMD
Another method is used to hide the taskbar that uses some commands in command prompt (Cmd).
- In taskbar go to the search and type cmd
- Select the command prompt and Run As Administrator
- In the command prompt type command “DISM /Online /cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth ”
- And press Enter and restart your system
Solution 4: Settings your Taskbar Preferences
If all the above method not working don’t worry be patient, apply this method is a little complex but working. May possibly some program are contained in the arrow icon in the taskbar they did not show directly on the taskbar if you modify your taskbar preferences then your problem fix.
Follow the below steps to fix the problem:
- In the taskbar go to the search and type settings
- In the settings go to the Personalization.
- Search taskbar on the left-pane menu and select it.
- Under the Notification Area select the “Select which icons appear on the taskbar”.
- Here on the same screen, you can see that each application icons have enabled and disable button to zero in on the responsible program.
- Once you find this, now you can disable the app or uninstall the app completely.
Note: Under the notification Area you can turn on the “Always show all icons in the notification area” here the option of the Off position which identifies the application that is responsible for this problem.
If you did not need to enable program on the taskbar you can disable them on the notifications. You can do this under the “Notifications & Options to the Off position” turn on the “Get Notification from apps and other senders”.