Welcome to our YouTube tutorial on customizing your Windows 11 taskbar to mimic the look and behavior of Windows 10! In this video, we’ll guide you step by step on how to set your taskbar to display open windows as separate icons, just like in Windows 10, and how to turn off the combine windows feature in Windows 11.

Task Bar Setup: Windows 10 Style

Say goodbye to the grouped taskbar icons in Windows 11 and say hello to the familiar Windows 10 style. If you miss having separate icons for each open window, you’re in the right place. We’ll walk you through the simple process of changing this setting to suit your preference.

How To Turn Off Combine on Windows 11

Have you ever found it frustrating when similar app windows get combined into a single icon on the taskbar, making it harder to switch between them? We hear you! We’ll show you how to disable this feature in Windows 11, so you can easily manage and switch between individual app windows with a single click.

0:00 Introduction
2:35 Move Start Button to Bottom Left Corner
2:42 How To Disable Combine Windows on Taskbar on Windows 11
3:09 How To Display Seconds on the Clock on Windows 11
3:27 Outro

How To Move Start Button To the Bottom Left

How To Have The Clock Show Seconds on Windows 11

Whether you’re a fan of the classic Windows 10 look or simply want more control over your taskbar, this tutorial has got you covered. No complicated tech jargon – just clear and concise instructions to help you achieve the desktop setup you want.


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