How can I show or hide icons in the taskbar corner overflow in Windows 11? Microsft has changed almost everything in the system tray, in the start menu and in the notification area of the Windows 11 operating system. You can still customize these parts of the operating system, but there are a few major changes. In earlier versions of Windows (up to Windows 10), the icons in the lower-right corner of the system tray were called the notification area or system tray icons. But under Windows 11, Microsoft renamed this area to Taskbar corner overflow.
On the taskbar corner overflow, you can see icons for File Explorer, Internet, Antivirus, Microsoft OneDrive, Battery Status, etc. Windows 11 allows you to customize the icons in the Windows 11 tray area (taskbar corner overflow). You can add icons or remove them from the overflow icons on the system tray or the system tray as needed.
How do I show or hide icons in the taskbar corner overflow under Windows 11?
Step 1. Open the Settings app by pressing
Step 2. In the Settings window that opens after performing the above step, click the
Step 3. Now click on that
Step 4. Under the Taskbar Settings page, click the
Step 5. Turn the switch on on or the end Position to enable / disable the icons you want to show / hide in the notification area in Windows 11.
Once you’ve completed the above steps, when you activate apps, their icons will appear in the notification area to the left of the Control Center button and the voice prompt indicator. However, if you turn off or turn off a notification icon for an app, the icon appears in the overflow menu in the tray corner, not the tray corner. However, when you enable an app’s notification icon, its icon appears right in the corner of the system tray. It won’t hide behind the corner overflow of the taskbar.
If you want to remove an icon from the taskbar corner overflow and see it in the taskbar corner, simply drag the icon from the taskbar corner overflow into the taskbar area. If you want to remove some of the system tray icons and move them in the system tray corner overflow, drag the icon up and the system tray corner overflow will open. After dragging the symbol, leave the mouse pointer in the overflow area of the taskbar corner.
You can use the above methods to transfer the icons from the taskbar to the overflow area of the taskbar corner. However, Windows 11 does not allow you to hide the network, battery and volume icons. These icons are permanently attached to the lower right corner of your screen.