The feature that every smartphone user wants is the management of apps that they use often as multitasking functionality. Devices with big screens, such as foldables and tablets, can take advantage of it. When it comes to what they offer, it’s the taskbar that looks like the one on PCs. A new taskbar at the bottom of the screen to support multitasking is one of the highlights of One UI 4.1.1.
By sliding them to the display’s edge, you can instantly open apps in a split view. To start two apps simultaneously in split view mode, you can even create an app pair. Now with One UI 5.1.1, the feature got enhanced. The change is that it lets you have up to four recent apps on the taskbar at once, but you can cut that down to two or three.
To enable this feature, it is essential to have a gadget that has One UI 5.1.1 availability. As of now, selected tablets and Z Fold models from Galaxy have compatibility, except the original Galaxy Fold.
One UI 5.1.1: Taskbar Recent Apps Limits
- Open the settings app on your Galaxy smartphone or tablets.
- Scroll down and touch Display to see display settings.
- And Select the taskbar,
- After choosing the number of apps you want to see on the taskbar, tap the show recent apps option.
The taskbar was included in order to make the operating system easier to operate on wide screens by offering rapid access to a few programs on any screen. An enjoyable multitasking experience that was lacking in earlier OS versions is made possible by Android’s taskbar when combined with the improved split-screen mode and recent overview UI on large-screen devices. The newer taskbar upgrade from One UI 5.1.1 surely works on these objectives.
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