Microsoft Made It Harder to Unpin Windows 11’s Default Taskbar Buttons

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Microsoft Made It Harder to Unpin Windows 11’s Default Taskbar Buttons

Microsoft has just released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.176 to the Beta Channel, and it comes with some fabulous new goodies, such as a redesign to the Library UI in the Microsoft Store. It also removes the quick and easy option to unpin Windows 11 default taskbar buttons.

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Microsoft has a bunch of options pinned to the Windows 11 taskbar by default. You can quickly access Search, Task View, Widgets, and Chat. But not everyone wants to have these pinned to their taskbar at all times, and Windows 11 came with a handy right-click to unpin option that made getting rid of them quick and painless.

In the latest build, Microsoft nixed the right-click option, forcing users to go to Windows 11 Settings to change the items on the taskbar. Is going to Settings really that hard? No, of course not, but it just seems odd for Microsoft to remove the more straightforward method in favor of a more roundabout one. That’s hardly improving the user experience.

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