The Taskbar on the Windows platform that's located (by default) at the bottom of the computer screen, displays what applications are currently running, as well as Icons for utilities such as the system clock, volume control, network Icon and more. Wouldn't It be great to have an additional Taskbar, for the purpose of adding all your favorite applications? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a secondary Taskbar In Windows 10.
There's only so much you can do with the native Windows Taskbar before It becomes congested, thus leaving very little to no room for expansion. It certainly serves It's purpose rather well when left at It's default state with only a few active Icons, but when you begin to add/pin an array of programs & applications, you'll find that you will run out of space rather quickly.
As such, I will demonstrate how to create a secondary Taskbar, by using a neat little tool named Switch that can be downloaded from the official developer, or via this reputable source. This will not affect the Windows Taskbar In any way, but rather Install In addition to that.
Although Switch can be used for a number of purposes, the objective of this article, Is to add your favorite applications without having any Impact whatsoever on your existing Taskbar. So without further delay, let's get this tutorial started.