Task View is one of the core features introduced in version 1803 for Windows 10 April. With this feature, you can easily go back to what you were doing with documents, certain applications, and other activities on your PC. With Task View, you can view activities in the past 30 days and resume those activities with one click. This means that you can not only view activities from the past, but you can also resume those activities. For example, if you viewed a page on our site two weeks ago in an Edge browser, you can return to that web page with a single click.
In Windows 11, the taskbar has a button called “task view” for creating virtual desktops that many don’t need. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to disable or enable Task View on Windows 11.
Disable/Hide Task View on Windows 11
Go to Settings > Personalization > Taskbar > disable or enable Task View .
You can also right-click the Task View button on the Windows 11 taskbar and select Hide from Taskbar.
The Task View button will be hidden immediately.
Enable/Show Task View on Windows 11
Firstly, you need to right-click the taskbar and choose Taskbar Settings.
It will automatically open to Personalization > Taskbar.
Now search the “Taskbar Items” section and then Flip the “Task View” switch to On.
The Task View button will be restored into the taskbar immediately.