Taskbar icons never combine in Windows 11 if you follow all the steps shown in this video tutorial.
Icon grouping is a new feature in Windows 10 that was introduced with the release of the operating system. When enabled/to add, this feature will aggregate all of your app (Bluetooth, google Chrome, Battery, volume, Network settings, WiFi, calendar, Windows defender, Photoshop) instances, regardless of how many windows are active, under a single taskbar icon. You may examine and pick one of the open instances by hovering over the icon. The goal of this feature was to make it easier for users who frequently have numerous windows open on their desktop to manage and arrange their taskbar.
In Windows 10, Microsoft included the option to organize/customize (i.e. Size) all of your taskbar icons. However, in an earlier version of the OS, you could stop this function by selecting ‘Never Combine’ in the taskbar settings. This option is no longer available or missing/remove in Windows 11, and…