The changes that Windows 11 brought were mainly focused on its interface and on the taskbar, with all its options. These are still being developed, but much is already visible to users.
Something that seems to take a while to arrive are some of the options that already exist today in other versions. Microsoft has now brought bad news to users by revealing that many will be left out, for not finding them important.
With each new build of Windows 11 it is possible to see important changes in this system. These are small changes that users appreciate and have been asking for for some time for this system.
Many of these focus on the taskbar and start menu, where some options considered basic are missing. The bad news now received via Reddit overturns much of what was being asked by users.
in a publication made on this platform it was revealed that Microsoft understands that the ability to move the taskbar is considered secondary. The software giant understands that it is not important and that it should focus on other areas.
When it comes to something like actually being able to move the Windows 11 taskbar to different locations on the screen, there are a number of challenges with this. The brand understands that this is not what most people want and shows the challenges that this presents.
When you think about having the taskbar on the right or on the left, suddenly the ebb and the work that all apps have to do to understand the environment is huge.
Interestingly, this is one of the most requested and voted options to create. Part of Microsoft's justification falls flat like this and it's not clear why this feature tends to be slow to appear.
It's unclear if this is just a delay or if this ability to move the taskbar is gone permanently. The truth is that most want this possibility and Microsoft insists on not creating it for Windows 11.