Taskbar Clocks on Multiple Monitors Will Be Available in Windows 11 Soon

Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22509, which includes some much-needed taskbar and start menu enhancements, as well as the ability to display the clock on multiple displays.

The time and date will now appear on the taskbars of the other displays, which is the first thing we noticed with this upgrade.

The date and time are now only displayed on the main monitor in Windows 11, which is just one of the numerous bugs afflicting the Windows 11 taskbar.

While the firm still has a long way to go to match Windows 10’s taskbar, it’s a start in the right direction.

The update also adds minor taskbar improvements, such as making the Start, Search, Task View, Widgets, and Chat icons less disproportionately huge when the system scaling is set to 125 percent.

On the Start menu, you may select between the “More pins” and “More suggestions” layouts to rapidly access settings in Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22509.

Quicker access to these choices may be useful depending on how you utilize your Start menu.

With Narrator activated, Microsoft has enhanced the online surfing experience for Narrator users.

“With Microsoft Edge and Narrator, we’ve been working on a number of online surfing enhancements.

In particular, typing in edit fields should now be quicker, more helpful information will be displayed while browsing across the web, and you will have a more consistent navigation experience with Narrator,” Microsoft claimed in a blog post.

The Settings app will receive a few more minor tweaks and updates, which will improve the Windows 11 experience.

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