IT House February 13 news, Microsoft launched a new operating system in Windows 11 last year. This can't help but surprise us, although Windows 10 may not talk to a perfect operating system, but it is still an excellent operating system compared to Win8 or even the first version Win11.
As part of the Win11 Modernization UI, Microsoft re-designs taskbar function. That is, although Windows 11 gives people feel like Windows 10 for UI, but its taskbar is indeed produced some changes, such as hitting.
If you have upgraded to Win11, you might find Microsoft has abandoned Win10 original basic function support, such as the ability to drag and drop the taskbar.
However, good news is that Win11 drag and drop support will be on a few weeks later, although we may actually see this in the public version until 2022 will be truly seen in the public version of Windows 11. For example, someone will enjoy some of the features of the taskbar drag and drop by modifying the registry in advance in the preview.
IT House understands that after the future version is updated, you will be able to open files in another application by simply dragging files to the taskbar, similar to the mode of operation in Windows 10.
As you can see in the screenshot above, in the next update, you can easily pinch the shortcut to the taskbar.
In addition to drag and drop, Windows 11 may also support the size of the user adjustment taskbar. From the exposure content, Microsoft is developing a new & quot; overflow menu & quot; Easily adjust the size of the taskbar.
The concept of overflow menus is not very clear, but we understand that this change may also bring back to support to the adjustable size taskbar in the future.
At present, the taskbar of Windows 11 is temporarily unable to use the settings, but the user can modify the registry to make the task bar becomes larger or smaller. Although the registry can achieve this, in some cases, the UI will have problems. For example, WiFi or Bluetooth is inconsistent with other application icons.
With the launch of Sun Valley 2 (version 22h2), Microsoft seems to make new changes, thus improving the application list overflow, and resolving the logging of the taskbar, so you can easily change its size.
It is still unclear whether the company adds a switching function in the setting to facilitate the newcomer's more simple.
The third largest change is the optimal support for multi-display. Depending on the official release instructions of the preview, you will be able to display the clocks and dates on the taskbar of other displays.
In addition, Microsoft will add a new weather widget on the taskbar, and this special change may appear outside of 22h2.