Many individuals have complained about the taskbar appearing even while they are watching a full-screen YouTube video. This issue affects practically all browsers, including Chrome and Edge. The taskbar’s appearance ruins the YouTube viewing experience and doesn’t seem to go away even when they experiment with other taskbar settings. If you are experiencing this issue as well, please try the solutions listed below.
Fix 1 – Restart Windows file explorer
1. To open task manager, press CTRL + SHIFT + ESC on your keyboard at the same time.
2. Right-click Windows Explorer in the processes tab and select restart.
Fix 2 – Disable Task View from Taskbar
Case 1: Right-click on the Taskbar in Windows 10.
2. If the Hide Task View option is selected, click the Show Task View button.
Note: If it still doesn’t work on Windows 10, try enabling the Taskbar Auto hide feature.
Case 2 – Right-click on the Taskbar in Windows 11 1.
2 – Select Taskbar settings.
3 -Now disable the Task View Button.
Note: If the problem persists, try using the auto-hide taskbar option in Windows 11.
To expand Taskbar behaviours, simply click on it, then select the option that says “Automatically conceal the taskbar.”
This will remove the Taskview Button from the taskbar, which you should do if you don’t use it.