Windows 10: Multi-monitor/Taskbar issue

  1.    29 May 2017 #1

    Multi-monitor/Taskbar issue


    So I have an odd issue. I have 3 monitors in my setup. My main is a 27" Dell G-Sync monitor at 2560x1440. It is flanked by a 24" 1080p monitor on each side of it. I have the 27" set as my main monitor but have dragged my main taskbar to the monitor on my left side. My issue is that if I hit WinKey + D (show desktop) the taskbar disappears on my middle (main) monitor. It remains on the other 2 displays. Sorry if that doesnt make sense. Let me know and I'll try to explain more if it doesnt
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  2.    30 May 2017 #2

    Not seeing that here? 22 inch wide screen flanked by two 19 inch displays.
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  3.    30 May 2017 #3

    Go to Settings/Personalization/TaskBar/Multiple Displays/Show Taskbar on all Displays
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