As with most Microsoft Windows updates, Windows 11 arrived with plenty of visual and operational changes to overwhelm even long-time users of the operating system. One of the most jarring changes is also one of the most simple: the Windows Start Button is no longer in the bottom left corner of the screen.
For some reason Microsoft made the aesthetic choice to center the toolbar. While it isn't a big change, it has left me swinging my mouse wildly multiple times a day since updating to Windows 11. For those like me, I decided to put a simple guide together to show people how to reverse this change.
Call it traditionalism, call it an old dog refusing to learn new tricks, but either way, here's how you can place your Windows 11 Start Button at the bottom left corner of your screen.