How to Hide or Unhide the Taskbar/Menu bar on Window & MacOS

Estimated reading: 3 minutes 0 views

Hide or Unhide the Taskbar on Window

The taskbar is an essential tool when it comes to accessing your open and frequently used apps. However, it also takes up screen real-estate. There are two types of people, those who want to hide the taskbar in Windows and those who want to keep it always on top.
Whatever the choice, it’s rooted in Windows Auto-Hide taskbar setting. While turned on, it’ll get rid of your taskbar when you aren’t hovering over it. For reference, the default behavior is having auto-hide off to increase productivity.
Today we’re going to show you how to hide the taskbar and unhide it

  • Step 1. Right click on the Desktop and select Personalize


  • Step 2. Continue clicking on the Taskbar

  • Step 3. Turn auto hide taskbar on or off

In your Taskbar settings Window, look for the option that says “Automatically hide the taskbar in desktop mode”. Turning it on in Windows will hide the taskbar. Turning it off is how to unhide the taskbar

How to hide and show the menu bar on macOS

The feature that automatically hides the menu bar on macOS is not too strange for the vast majority of Mac users. However, this feature has been “replaced” by Apple in the macOS Big Sure operating system, Monterey.
The latest macOS operating system, Apple has changed the entire system interface and even the settings deep inside. The Dock section in the settings from previous versions of the operating system has been turned into a “Dock and Menu Bar” section on macOS Big Sur. And the settings of the Menu Bar have also been repositioned.
Here’s how to reset the option to automatically hide the menu bar on macOS Big Sur

  • Step 1. First, click on the apple-shaped icon then select the system application management item System Preferences

  • Step 2. In System Preferences, click on the Dock & Menu Bar section

  • Step 3. In the Dock and Menu bar section you will see a section called Automatically hide and show the Menu bar, here is the feature to hide the Menu on the Macbook. If you check it as well as hide the Menu bar on Mac, the Menu bar will automatically hide, making the desktop interface on Macbook more open and easy to re-enable when you need it.


Good Luck!




























Leave a Comment