Windows 11 will support to drag and drop icons to the taskbar
In Windows 11, Microsoft has made a lot of changes in some aspects. Perhaps the most complained about is the new version of the desktop menu because it is a little troublesome to click.
Another problem that has been complained about is that the original folder or software dragging and dropping to the taskbar is canceled.
At present, a considerable number of users have given feedback on such issues in the feedback center, and it seems that Microsoft is also interested in restoring some of the old functions after the feedback.
According to a report from the German technology website Deskmodder, Microsoft is likely to bring the drag and drop into the taskbar back to Windows 11 after the Christmas holidays.
The Deskmodder obtained news that Microsoft will re-improve the taskbar based on user feedback, and the function of dragging folders or software to the taskbar will return.
The current official version of Windows 11 will directly display prohibition when trying to drag the icon to the taskbar because this feature has been deleted in the new system.
But for many users, long-term use of Microsoft’s operating system has become a habit, and Microsoft’s seemingly inadvertent changes may seriously affect users’ use.
It should be emphasized that the drag-and-drop function has actually been integrated into the Windows 11 development version, but this function has not been officially launched, so the registry must be modified.
The German technology website said that Microsoft will launch this feature in the development version after the Christmas holidays, and users will no longer need to modify the registry to use it directly.