A frequently asked question is whether the language input method can be removed from the taskbar in Windows 11. The language input changer helps people quickly switch keyboard layouts in Windows.
If you set a specific language, sometimes a double line is displayed, causing the taskbar to become thicker and the icons no longer align properly.
You can remove the input language changer from the taskbar to solve this problem.
Below is an image of the input language changer that you can hide in Windows 11.
You can still switch input languages after that but with one key combination, the ALT + SHIFT key combination.
How to remove the language input changer from the taskbar in Windows 11
There are two ways to remove the language input changer from the taskbar. You can remove the additional input language or remove just the input language changer through the settings.
Hide the input language changer in the taskbar
Right-click on the Start button. Click on Settings in the menu. On the left, click Time and Language. Next, click Typing and then Advanced Keyboard Settings.
Click on the “Language Bar Options” link.
Then click “Hidden” in the “Language Bar” options. Next, click apply and then click OK.
Then, to hide the input language changer in the taskbar, enable the “Use the desktop language bar when it is available” option.
You can see the result below.
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