Windows 11 can't shift click icon in task bar to open new instance of app while one exists

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In Windows 10, you can shift-click apps on the taskbar to open a new duplicate instance of them if an instance of the app is already open. In Windows 11, shift-click is the same as clicking on the taskbar.

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