The Windows Taskbar is an element of an operating system is the narrow strip of icons, usually located at the bottom of the screen, that shows you which windows are currently open and that allows you to control functions such as the Start Button and the Clock. Compare toolbar, located at the bottom of the screen.
The Start Menu is a graphical user interface element of the Windows operating system that provides quick access to programs, folders, and system settings. By default, the Start Menu is located in the lower-left corner of the Windows desktop. It provides a central launching point for computer programs and performing other tasks. In Windows 95 through Windows XP, the Start Menu can be opened by clicking the “Start” Button.
On the Windows Desktop, it will locate at the taskbar, usually found at the bottom of the screen on the Task Bar. In the Windows Search Box, located next to the Start, type in the name of the program or file you want to access.
Quick Launch Bar is a section of the Microsoft Taskbar that enables a user the ability to launch their programs quickly and easily. This feature was first introduced with the release of Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 10 and the Quick Launch into the same Bar (taskbar) and re-named the feature to Pin.
The Windows Taskbar is an element of an operating system is the narrow strip of icons, usually located at the bottom of the screen, that shows you which windows are currently open.
The System Tray is a section of the Taskbar situated at right side bottom corner in the Microsoft Windows desktop user interface that is used to display the clock and the icons of certain programs so that a user is continually reminded that they are there and can easily click one of them.
Windows Task Bar shows both the Time And Date in the bottom-right corner of the taskbar to display current Time And Date. If you want to do custom settings, than right click on it and do the same.