[ task-bahr ]
/ ˈtæskˌbɑr /
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a row of buttons on a display screen that are clicked on to start software applications or switch between open applications or active windows.
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Example sentences from the Web for taskbar
You simply pin your favorite Android apps to the taskbar or the start menu of your laptop using the Your Phone app.Best 2 in 1 laptops: Work hard, play hard with these versatile picks|PopSci Commerce Team|January 27, 2021|Popular Science
By default, Windows will show the taskbar and Start menu button on both displays, but you can change this.Make the most of your dual or ultrawide monitor setup|David Nield|October 1, 2020|Popular Science
British Dictionary definitions for taskbar
/ (ˈtɑːskˌbɑː) /
a row of selectable buttons and icons typically running along the bottom of a computer screen, displaying information such as the names of running programs
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Scientific definitions for taskbar
[ tăsk′bär′ ]
A row of buttons or graphical controls on a computer screen that represent open programs, among which the user can switch back and forth by clicking on the appropriate one.
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