How to Add or Remove Meet Now Icon from Taskbar in Windows 10
Starting in Windows 10 Build 20221, Windows 10 displays an additional button in the taskbar notification area. The button, dubbed 'Meet Now', allows directly starting a new Skype video conference without having to be registered on Skype. If you never use this feature, you may want to get rid of the button.
In Windows 10, there are a number of system icons in the notification area on the taskbar (system tray). These icons include Volume, Network, Power, Input Indicator and Action Center. Most of them are visible by default. Here is what to do if the volume icon is missing in the system tray area.
As you may already know, notification area, also known as system tray, is a special area on the taskbar where you can see tiny icons of the network status indicator, the volume icon, the action center icon and icons of some apps which run in the background. In this article, we will see how to hide it.
In Windows 10, there are a number of system icons in the notification area on the taskbar (system tray). These icons include Volume, Network, Power, Input Indicator and Action Center. Most of them are visible by default. You might want to customize which icons should be visible in the taskbar.
In Windows 10, many classic Control Panel options were moved to the Settings app. Many readers are asking me constantly if it is possible to have the good old tray icons (notification area) interface from the classic Control Panel. By default, Windows 10 makes you use the Settings app to show or hide app icons from the tray or to customize system icons. If you are interested in using the classic tray icon options in Windows 10, here is what you can do.