Jul 25 2021 03:25 PM
Dec 06 2021 02:09 AM
Whos idea was it not to allow ungrouped icons on the taskbar.
Massively inefficient and thought Microsoft was meant to make your life easier and more efficient not the other way around.
I don't mind the pretty pictures we can now do but who really cares about them - give us back the increased efficiency @Andrzej1
Dec 06 2021 04:42 AM
The Microsoft team has changed access to system tasks and the taskbar for security reasons, for sure the further development of Windows11 will partially restore some features for performance improvements - that's why there is this space for discussion and surely Microsoft engineers see all these posts.
Dec 09 2021 03:55 AM
Unfortunately this is no longer productive when you are switching windows a lot when developing code.
It may be fine for your normal desktop user but not from a business viewpoint.
I regret going to Windows 11 for this singular reason.
Dec 14 2021 03:18 AM
Misguided attempt at creating a "cleaner" look results in sacrificing user ease-of-use and productivity. Please restore this feature as soon as possible. It's clear from the community's response that ungrouping was a popular and often-used feature.
Dec 16 2021 01:08 AM
Dec 16 2021 01:14 AM
Jan 09 2022 10:17 AM
Jan 13 2022 01:11 AM - edited Jan 13 2022 01:12 AM
With the taskbar app grouping, Windows 11 continues to be painful for multitasking. But Microsoft seems wholly focused on making a better looking volume indicator.
Jan 19 2022 05:27 PM - edited Jan 19 2022 05:32 PM
I don't know if this will ever be solved. I really don't know how someone who uses a computer for anything is able to do it with things grouped. Even my wife who is a basic user rolled back to Windows 10 and now even the printer doesn't work anymore.
Does anyone knows the release date for Windows 12?