You can use one of these to set which toolbars to show.
- “3-bar” menu button > Customize > Show/Hide Toolbars.
- View > Toolbars. You can tap the Alt key or press F10 to show the Menu Bar.
- Right-click empty toolbar area.
How do I get my menu bar back?
The Internet Explorer Menu Bar
Approach #1: press and release the ALT key. Internet Explorer showing the menu bar in response to pressing ALT. This will make the menu toolbar appear temporarily, and you can use the keyboard or mouse to access it normally, after which it goes back into hiding.
Why has my toolbar disappeared?
To do this, you would normally have to right-click on your taskbar, but since that is missing, we have to go through the Control Panel and click on Taskbar and Navigation. That will open up the taskbar properties dialog box where you will want to go ahead and uncheck the Auto-hide the taskbar box.
How do I get my toolbar back in Windows 10?
How do I get my toolbar back?
- Restart Windows. First, try restarting Windows when the taskbar goes missing.
- Restart the Windows Explorer.exe Process.
- Turn Off the Automatically Hide the Taskbar Option.
- Turn Off Tablet Mode.
- Check the Display Settings.