Windows 11 Windows 10 Select, launch, then select Settings > Personalization > Themes. Choose a default theme or select “Get more themes from the Microsoft Store” if the customer wants to download new desktop wallpaper themes that include cute villains, stunning landscapes, and other smile-inducing features.
Enable/disable app and start menu features, to open settings, press Windows Factor + I hotkey.
Click “Personalization” in the “Settings” menu on the left.
You can then enable or disable the “Show Recent Items” option in the Start Menu, Jump Lists, and File to be able to turn off recommended files.
Press and hold .It in the Links section of the taskbar.
From the permissions page, swipe left to the taskbar.
The taskbar automatically shifts to the right in the minus.
Drag the synced rows to the left to reveal a few hidden taskbar icons, making sure they’re in the middle of each one.
You now have icons on the Windows 10 hub status bar.
Go to the Microsoft app for Windows 11 to get the TranslucentTB app.
After downloading and installing TranslucentTB, click “Open” to open the application.
Finally, a pop-up window called Welcome TranslucentTB will appear on your screen.
Click the Next button and the taskbar will automatically become transparent.
Click Start, then Settings.
In the Navigation Pane, click Personalization.
In personalization settings, just click on the taskbar.
Click Taskbar Behavior.
Click “Centered” to the right of “Taskbar Alignment” and select “Left” from the drop-down menu.
While you can usually upgrade your Windows 10 PC to Windows 11, you can’t apply installed apps, alternatives, and data that you’ve backed up in some other way. When you finally want to “downgrade” from Windows 11 to Windows 10, you’ll need to do just about every clean install that requires backing up and restoring your data files, and reinstalling all of your apps.
Windows 11 brings a brand new Mac-like user interface to the operating system. It features a sleek design with rounded corners and pastel colors. The iconic Start menu is also moved to the center of the screen to accommodate the capacity of the taskbar. But you can always return them to where they are in Windows 10 if you want.
Windows 11 and Windows 10 talk about the same features and obviously things look different. The Windows 12 2022 Update also brings some interesting changes to the Start menu and taskbar.
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