is it possible to show taskbar "tabs" for open windows in windows 11
In windows 10, I got used to opening a new window in FF and then a "tab" for the new window would open in the taskbar. I could then switch between windows by clicking on these tabs on the taskbar. In windows 11, I can click on the FF icon in the taskbar and open a new window, but a tab for that new window no longer appears on the taskbar. Instead of the previous tabs on the taskbar for each new/open window, there is nothing. I have tried the suggestion, found in another thread, to use about:config to change to false the setting browser.taskbar.previews.enable, but there was no difference. Does someone know another approach, or is this a windows 11 "feature"?
Is it possible you had taskbar button combining disabled in Windows 10?
If you think that is the case, Microsoft actually removed that feature from Windows 11. However, they're currently testing re-adding the feature, and it's expected to be included in a future Windows update this year.從原來的回覆中察看解決方案 👍 1
Thank you, I believe you have hit the nail.... I checked my Windows 10 settings and in fact I have the option to combine taskbar buttons set to "never". If memory serves, I recall making that adjustment because I was used to separate buttons in windows 8, and then found that the default in windows 10 was to combine them.