I am using multiple displays. While the taskbar is visible on all displays, the icons and the notification area (colloquially known as system tray or systray) are only shown on the main display. Is it possible to show them on all displays?
I believe you need to open the Settings app and then go to Personalisation > Taskbar. Scroll down to Multiple displays, and flick the switch that says "Show taskbar on all displays". Check that the "Show taskbar buttons on" dropdown is set to "All taskbars" so that the icons show on all displays.
I don't think there is a way to get the system tray to show up on all displays. According to Addictivetips:
There still isn’t support for getting the system tray to show up on multiple displays
And according to the second-to-last answer on Microsoft Community:
Currently, having a notification area option for both taskbar is not available.
However, things may have changed since April 2017. There may be a registry tweak or something that you could use? I certainly can't find anything.
As far as I know, it's only currently possible with third party software.
One of these is DisplayFusion, which has both a free and paid version, but the feature which allows the system tray to be shown in the taskbars of other monitors are only in the paid version.
Disclaimer: I'm in no way involved with these software, I just found them while I was looking for solutions to the same issue.