How to Align Windows 11 Taskbar (Start Button and Icons) to the Left

Windows 11 Taskbar Moved Left

The most visually noticeable novelty when you log into Windows 11 is the taskbar alignment. By default, the Windows Start button and other icons on the taskbar are aligned to the center of the screen in Windows 11. These had been traditionally aligned to the left in Windows 10 and older Windows versions. Because of that, many people habitually reach to the lower left corner of the screen in order to open the Start menu or launch programs from the taskbar. If you don’t want to change this habit while using Windows 11, you can easily move its taskbar to the left to get the old-style alignment.

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Best 3 Ways to Save Battery Life on Any Windows 10 Laptop

Best Ways to Save Battery Life - Windows 10 Laptop

There are numerous ways to save battery life on a Windows 10-based laptop. However, many of these methods contribute very little to the overall battery life, while crippling functionality of the notebook. Because of that, we have made a list of the top three most effective ways to noticeably increase battery life on any Windows 10 laptop.

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How to Keep Windows 10 Laptop Running with Closed Lid (2019)

Sometimes you want to keep your Windows 10 laptop running while it is closed. For instance, when you connect a laptop to an external monitor and don’t want to use the notebook’s own display. Or, if don’t want to interrupt an ongoing file download, but for some reason you need to close the lid. Or if you want to continue an online audio streaming with the laptop closed.

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How to Disable Background Apps on Windows 10 Laptop

Background apps are programs that can perform actions even if they are not opened. An example of a background app under Windows 10 is Mail. Even if the app is closed, it can sync emails with the email server, notify you about new emails via Windows’ notifications, and list the emails on the Mail’s live tile on the Windows Start pane.

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