How to Center Align Start Menu When Taskbar is Moved to Top

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This tutorial explains how to center align Start Menu when Taskbar is moved to top. Usually when you move Taskbar to the top, the Start menu stays in its original place. And there is no way you can align it to the top center side. People usually go for left align as they don’t have a choice but not anymore. TopCenterStart11 is a free open source software that can move the Taskbar to top center side of the screen and Start menu centered align.

If you like desktop customization tools then I am sure you must’ve tried to set Windows 11 Taskbar to top. But one issue remains is that even after moving Taskbar to top, the position of Start menu will not be changed. But TopCenterStart11 can do that automatically. You just have to launch it and then it will automatically place the Taskbar to the top and will also make it centered align automatically. The best part is that it doesn’t make any significant changes to the system.

How to Center Align Start Menu When Taskbar is Moved to Top

How to Center Align Start Menu When Taskbar is Moved to Top?

Just go ahead and download TopCenterStart11 tool from here. After that, you simply need to extract it somewhere. The EXE file is there along with the other intermediary files. You will also need a Dotnet Core desktop which you can download from here.

TopCenterStart11 Extracted

Now, you just launch the program by clicking on “TopCenterStart11.exe” file and then it will immediately move the Taskbar to the top. Not only that but it will also make the Start menu centered align.

Taskbar and Startmnu in center

It keeps running in the system tray. You can see its icon there. And from there, you can opt settings and opt to make it run on startup.

TopCenterStart11 Settings

This is it. This is how this simple desktop works to place the Start menu at the top center of screen when you have moved Taskbar to the top. It is very simple to use and I hope you will like it. Now, with this software, you can actually have Taskbar and Start menu at the top with correct positions.

Final thoughts:

If you are looking for a way to center along the Start menu when you have moved Taskbar to the top then you are at the right place. Use the software I have mentioned here to do in a single click.

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