Manage your Windows 7 taskbar
Taskbar plays a crucial role in starting new applications, switching between open windows or exiting an active window. And if you use Windows 7-based PC, you can group the taskbar icons, according to the windows opened. Whether you use your PC for work or for play, you can make your Windows 7 desktop look pleasing and easy to navigate. And by grouping taskbar buttons on Windows 7-based PC, your voyage to the virtual world can certainly be exciting and uncomplicated.
How you can group taskbar buttons
For every application that you open on your Windows 7-based PC, an icon appears on the taskbar. If you open too many similar windows, you can simply group the buttons on the taskbar, enabling you to make your taskbar more organized and uncluttered. For instance, if you are working on different Word documents at a same time, the taskbar on your PC can group all similar Word buttons to a single button. It will not just give you more free space on your taskbar but it will also organize your icons and taskbar.
Keen to know how you can group taskbar buttons on your Windows 7-based PC? Read the easy to follow step-by-step instructions.
Step 1: First and foremost, right-click on an empty area on your Windows 7 taskbar.
Step 2: After that, click on ‘Properties’.
Step 3: Click on ‘Taskbar’ tab.
Step 4: now Now click on the drop-down arrow near the ‘Taskbar’ button.
Step 5: Click on ‘Always combine, hide labels’.
Step 6: Click on ‘OK’ to apple the changes.
Isn’t it really simple and helpful?