A Windows desktop can be a deeply personal thing when it comes to user preference, so we always expect a little shock with new iterations. With the release of Windows 11, Microsoft made significant changes to the tried and true OS, unsurprisingly pleasing almost no one.
One of the most contentious changes were those to the Windows 11 taskbar, so much so that users have long been using hacks (opens in new tab) to try to get back to the expected level of functionality. Thankfully, it looks like Microsoft is bringing some strongly desired features back in an upcoming release.
According to TechRadar (opens in new tab), select users are getting a look at Windows’s 11 latest preview build which gives us insight to potential changes coming to the OS. Users like XenoPanther (opens in new tab) are sharing pieces of code found in the 25314 build showing off interesting strings relating to the new Taskbar. They include nods to grouping modes and the ability to show labels. Leaker