How to move my taskbar to my other monitor

Posted on 13.06.2018 by Nicky
How can I get it over there instead of on my primary monitor. The primary monitor will display your taskbar and will function as the default monitor for any new windows. To keep it from jumping around again, right click on the taskbar, and then select Lock the Taskbar.

I am using dual monitors on Linux Mint and I can't figure out how to get the bottom taskbar to appear on my left side monitor.

Now, just drag the mouse down to where you want the taskbar to be. Once you get close enough, it'll jump right into place. You can also move the entire desktop, including the task bar and icons, to a secondary display. Click to un-check the Lock the Taskbar menu item, if it has a check mark next to it. Click and hold on the task bar. How to Get the Task Bar to Appear on the Other Monitor. Right now it only appears on the right monitor.
How can I move it to the left monitor or extend it so it goes across. Click on an empty area of the taskbar and hold the mouse button down. If you like, you can actually put your taskbar on top, the bottom or any side of the screen you like.