In Windows 11 build 25211, you can now enable the new system tray which includes a new modern design with the ability to drag and drop items.
The new design includes a broader interface with mica texture and rounded corners, a modern tooltip for items, and the ability to drag and drop icons into the system tray.
If you want to get hands-on with the new feature, you can use a third-party tool called “ViVeTool” created by Rafael Rivera and Lucas on GitHub, to enable the option on your PC.
This guide will teach you the steps to turn on the tabs feature on Windows 11.
Enable the new system tray in the taskbar on Windows 11
To enable the new system tray and taskbar drag-and-drop feature, use the following steps:
Download the ViveTool-vx.x.x.zip file to enable the system tray option.
Double-click on the compressed folder to open it with File Explorer.
Click the Extract All button.
Extract ViveTool files
Click the “Extract” button.
Copy the path to the folder.
Open the Start menu.
Find Command Prompt, right-click on the top result, and select Run as administrator option.
Type the following command to navigate to the ViveTool folder and hit Enter:
CD C: folderpathViveTool-v0.3.1
In the command, remember to change the path to the folder with your path.
Type the following command to enable the new system tray and drag-and-drop feature and hit Enter:
vivetool / enable / id: 26008830
vivetool / enable / id: 38764045
Restart the computer.
Once you complete the steps, the new system tray will be enabled, and you will be able to drag and drop icons using the new experience.
If you change your mind, you can undo the changes with the same instructions, but in step #10, be sure to use these commands: vivetool /disable/id: 26008830, vivetool /disable/id:38764045, then restart your device.
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