Taskbar corner icons missing from secondary monitor.

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The taskbar corner icons only show on the primary display, however this means when using a Fullscreen application that it must be minimized in order to see the time and any notifications which is not only an annoyance but being hearing impaired the lack of visual notification is a problem. In addition some programs will only open on the primary monitor, so there is no way around the issue.

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I also hate this feature
I guess MS do that for differentiate the main Taskbar and secondary Taskbar, but I do suggest u provide such feedback to MS via Feedback Hub let them to make changes. :)