William Stanton Read more April 6, Using dual monitors nowadays is very common, especially among professional computer users — programmers, writers, researchers, and others. Also, a serious gaming rig is unimaginable without at least one additional monitor. Sometimes, however, the taskbar on the second monitor might be in the way, especially if you want to maximize the available space. So, these steps will address the issue of hiding the taskbar on a second monitor.
The taskbar can be positioned on any side of the screen; top, bottom, left, or right. This is a long-standing feature on Windows, and you could change where the taskbar was positioned as early as Windows 7, possibly even before that. Windows 10 still has the feature; you can change where the taskbar is positioned from the taskbar.
I know this can be done with third party applications. We already use Ultramon on some machines, but are looking for a 'built in' method, ideally within Windows itself. From what I have read on this already, there isn't a way of doing it built in. Can anyone confirm or deny this?