We all aware with the word Windows taskbar, it is a significant component which lets you start doing the definite programs, view time and internet connection status, search for any files, modify the language settings, etc. However, some users have preferences that this feature is observable most of the time, but some want to hide this feature whenever any user does not use it so that it will make the looks of your desktop much tidier than earlier. Moreover, the tablet mode is working in a way that should conceal the Windows taskbar automatically.
Nevertheless, many users are reported that while watching the videos on YouTube. Twitch, and other similar streaming websites, taskbar won’t hide in full screen usually in the Windows 20 computers. This might be irritating for the users as it does interfering with the normal video viewing or even performing the tasks in the tablet mode.
Sometimes, rebooting the computer system will help you out from the problem taskbar not hiding in full screen. Several users reboot the system, but the rebooting option did not help to troubleshoot the issue. Therefore, we provide you with a few simple steps which will help you in fixing the glitches related to the Windows Taskbar. The instructions are mentioned below.
Fix ‘Taskbar not Hiding in Full Screen’ Error in Windows 10
Before you proceed with the further steps, follow the steps in ascending order to avoid unnecessary errors and less time is taken. There are various effective steps which helped you out from the error occurs in Windows 10. Here how to do it:
Fix-1: Reboot Windows Explorer
- Click the Ctrl + Shift +ESC keys all together on the keyboard.
- Inside the ‘Task Manager’ section, search for the ‘Windows Explorer’ app.
- Now, right-click on the ‘Windows Explorer’ App and choose the ‘Restart’ tab.
- Once completed, check that if the issue is fixed, if persist, follow the next fixes.
Fix-2: Ensure Auto-Hiding Settings is Enabled
If your Windows Taskbar was set the Auto-hide mode, and due to some reason it stopped working after installing the latest Windows updates or some other system changes, you have an option to reset the feature. Nonetheless, check the taskbar settings by following the steps:
- Press the “Start Menu” icon to open it.
- After that, right-click on the “Start” button and choose “Settings” option.
- Now, Navigate to the Personalization option and then pick “Taskbar” option.
- Ensure that change by the “Automatically hide the taskbar in desktop mode is located to the “Enable” position located in the right side of the screen.
Hopefully, the aforementioned steps will help you in troubleshooting the issue associated with the Windows Taskbar won’t hiding in the full screen.
Robert Coleman is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Robert has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.