Main display taskbar setting issues with surface pro3
On my surface pro 3/win10 with a toshiba dynadock the right side of the taskbar (notifications/time/etc) always has it displaying on the surface pro3 screen even tho when i go into display settings it shows that one of my external monitors is the main display.
If I make the surface screen the main screen and then switch it back to an external screen then the external screen will have the correct taskbar functions.
If I change it to another external display then that display will not display it correctly and if i switch it back to the original main one it still doesn't show correctly, so the key fix is to switch it back to the surface screen and then it will function ok from there no matter what screen you choose
Having investigated this, it looks to be specific to Windows on the SP3.
DisplayLink drivers and software make no changes to the position of the task bar. The OS certainly thinks that the DisplayLink display is the primary monitor, but does not always move the task bar to reflect this.
There is nothing DisplayLink can do to change this behaviour.
Yes, you can change the primary display in Windows Display Settings back and forth.
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