There are a lot of reasons to hold off on upgrading from Windows 10 to 11, but the downgrades Microsoft made to the taskbar seem to be a particular sticking point for many users. If you’re waiting for the ability to move the taskbar around to the side or top of your screen… well, you’ll have to keep waiting. Microsoft engineers have confirmed that this longstanding Windows feature won’t be back in the next major build of Windows 11.

Windows Latest dug into the company’s Windows Insider webcast, covering the upcoming changes in build 22H2, this year’s big annual Windows 11 feature update. The Windows update will re-add the ability to drag and drop items on the taskbar, as well as adding app folders and resizable pinned items in the Start menu. But moving the taskbar around isn’t a top priority for Microsoft’s development team at the time of writing. With build 22H2 expected in the second half of this year, it seems unlikely that this particular feature will be available in 2022.