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move the time and apps to the left side of the toolbar

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    move the time and apps to the left side of the toolbar


    hey so im looking to change the look of my browser and i figure the time calender and apps would look nice on the left side of the toolbar. is there any way? thanks

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    A Finnish ex-pat in Leipzig, Germany
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    Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center


    Hi Deecent, welcome to the Eight Forums.

    As far as I know you can move all other Taskbar elements but not the notification area (clock is part of notification area). It will be located at right when Taskbar is located bottom or top of the display, and at bottom when Taskbar is located left or right.

    Here's my desktop, Taskbar at left. This will place the notification area at left bottom corner but not as you'd like to have it:

    Click image for larger version

    Kari
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move the time and apps to the left side of the toolbar
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