How to Move Windows 11 Start Button to the Left

The new Windows 11 comes with a revamped Taskbar with centered icons and a sleek theme. Unfortunately, unlike Windows 10, there’s no option to change the taskbar location, at least on the initial Insider preview builds. However, you can still move the taskbar to the Left with a few simple tweaks. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how you can move the taskbar to the Lefton Windows 11.


The taskbar on Windows 11 has all the icons centered to the middle, including the Start button. If you don’t like this approach, you can switch back to the older style by going to Settings > Personalization > Taskbar > Taskbar Behaviors and changing alignment to Center.


  • Then, scroll down and click on Taskbar



  • Here, click on Taskbar Behaviours.


 By default, the Taskbar alignment will be set to Center. Tap the drop-down menu and change it to Left.Move Windows 11 Taskbar Icons and Start Button to Left

  • Once you’re done, close the Settings.

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