Follow the procedure below to make settings to automatically hide the taskbar that resides on the screen.
- Right-click on an empty part of the taskbar and click "Taskbar Settings".
- Click "Taskbar Behavior".
- Check "Hide taskbar automatically".
By making this setting, the taskbar will appear only when you move the mouse cursor to the bottom (where the taskbar is usually located), and it will not be displayed at other times.
This is convenient when you want to use the screen as large as possible.
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How to set to automatically hide the taskbar in Windows 11.
"Right-click" on the blank part of the taskbar.
After right-clicking, "Taskbar Settings" will be displayed. Click it.
After you click Taskbar Settings, a window called "Personal Settings> Taskbar" will open.
Click "Taskbar Behavior" in it.
If you don't see "Taskbar Behavior", try scrolling down the screen a bit.
After clicking Taskbar Behavior, the menu expands downwards.
Check "Hide taskbar automatically" in it.
The taskbar will be hidden automatically from the moment you check "Hide taskbar automatically".