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 and those that you personally pin. Wouldn't It be great If you could center the Icons, thus perform your computational tasks In a more organized manner? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to center the Taskbar Icons In Windows 10.
Before I begin, do note that this does not apply to the Icons defaulted to the Taskbar, such as the Volume, Network/Wireless and Sound Icons. It's only relative to those that you personally pin, and applications that you actively execute, Inclusive of when they're minimized- they'll all be centered. The appearance will be similar to the Image above.
A couple of other cool features, Is that you can make the Taskbar transparent, and also hide the Clock and the rest of the default Icons as mentioned above. I personally enjoy tweaking my operating system to my liking (Taskbar Included) and If you're anything like myself, then this tutorial Is for you.
To achieve this, I will use a neat little tool named TaskbarDock, that can be downloaded from the developer's site, or via this reputable source. So without further delay, let's get this tutorial started.