Add extra row to new Toolbar in Windows 10 Taskbar

  1. Posts : 71
    Win10Pro_x64 20H2

    Add extra row to new Toolbar in Windows 10 Taskbar


    For one, I cannot express ow happy I am with the return of the Godly Windows Taskbar.
    Even if it is not as powerful as in W10, the return of this uber tool is just... everything.
    I STILL fail to get why, at a point, MS lost it's mind by losing this Windows Godlike tool: The Windows Task Bar.
    Thank God, MS, you found your intellect again...
    Please don't EVER do that again? :)

    Now, I have made a few new Toolbars in WTB, and one sadly is running out of space.
    When I try to make that particular Toolbar double row, things go haywire.
    Other bars are suddenly placed differently,vanish, they do the weirdest of things, but just not what I want to become: that specific Toolbar to double space by creating a second row.
    Sure, I could make a NEW Toolbar and call it "Toolkit 2", but that is not quite what I am looking for.

    Anyone that can help an old man out with this minor, yet frustrating issue?:
    I'd be quite grateful, if you could and would...

    Thank you.
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  2. Posts : 61,831
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations


    The tutorial below can help show you how to change the size of the taskbar to add another row to it.

    Change Height or Width Size of Taskbar in Windows 10
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  3. Posts : 71
    Win10Pro_x64 20H2
    Thread Starter

    Marvelous, but this I all know.
    I have a 5 row WTB, with 5 new Toollbars.
    Just, one of these Toolbars is running filled up, and needs a doubling.
    I made an extra 6'th row available, but that does not solve the Toolbar's doubling issue for me :)
    This 6th row stays empty.

    Thank you for replying.
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  4. Posts : 61,831
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations

    Please go ahead and post a screenshot showing this with what you want to do pointed out in the screenshot.

    Maybe this will help to find a way to do it.
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