Right Click the task bar at the bottom of the screen. This will pop up Taskbar Settings. Open Taskbar Settings. The Personalization > Taskbar window will appear. Scroll down and expand Taskbar behaviors. This will display the option for Show my taskbar on all displays. Place a Check in this option.
The dream that Microsoft promised with Windows 10 being the “last” Windows OS seems rather dashed on 24 June 2021. Microsoft finally held their live event announcing Windows 11, the next generation in the Windows pantheon. While there are many rumors discussing how the performance of Windows 11 is better than that of Windows 10, … Read more Windows 11 – A New Addition – But Is It a New Platform?
Managing your Wi-Fi access point is often necessary when you want to update specific Wi-Fi router settings, such setting up a secure Wi-Fi password or configuring a guest network with restrictions. Wi-Fi routers typically come with a default password from the manufacturer. However, some may have a username and password printed on a label attached … Read more Managing Your Wi-Fi Access Point on Windows 10