RoundedTB is a very interesting Windows 11 gadget, it can add margins, rounded corners to the taskbar can also segment the start menu and system tray, and can set the system tray to automatically hide.
RoundedTB can add margins, rounded corners, and segments to your taskbar! With RoundedTB, you can customize the shape and appearance of the Windows taskbar without modifying any system files or making any permanent system changes.
The app provides the following functions
The easiest way to use RoundedTB is to simply enter a margin and corner radius. RoundedTB exists in the system tray, just right-click on its icon to access all settings.
Margin-Control how many pixels are removed from each side of the taskbar, creating a margin around it that you can see and click on.
Corner radius-Adjust how round the corners of the taskbar should be.
Advanced displays a series of additional advanced customization options.
Apply-Apply the selected settings to the taskbar.
These options allow for further customization, at the expense of some user-friendliness.
Separate margins In the advanced settings, a […] button appears on the margins box. Click it to enable independent margins, which allows you to specify margins for each side of the taskbar. You can also use negative values to hide the rounded corners of certain sides, allowing you to “attach” the taskbar to different sides of the display.
Dynamic mode (Windows 11)-Dynamic mode automatically adjusts the size of the taskbar to fit the number of icons in it, making the taskbar behave like the Dock bar of macOS.
Split mode (Windows 10)-Split mode is a simplified version of Windows 10’s dynamic model. Because the taskbar is relatively limited, it is impossible to dynamically adjust the size of the taskbar. However, after some settings, the split mode allows you to separate the taskbar from the system tray and adjust its size at will.
Show system tray-This will switch whether to display the system tray, clock, etc. in dynamic/split-screen mode. It can be switched at any time by pressing [Win]+[F2].
There are still some known issues, such as the taskbar extending to the left in some configurations, and functions such as auto-hide are still being tested, but overall, there seem to be no other destructive factors.
The RoundedTB app is free to download and can be found in the Windows 11 and Windows 10 app stores.