Jan 23 2022 12:25 PM
Jan 25 2022 06:43 PM
I say I don't understand why they took away the option to ungroup items, but I think I do. The developers probably never click on the taskbar. They use ALT Tab to move between their open windows. So they probably see it as giving back some real estate instead of understanding that not everyone thinks as they do.
And although I'm a developer and use ALT Tab, I still want them ungrouped because I want to know what's open. With the tiny icons and everything grouped, I can't tell if it's just sitting there waiting to be opened or I have 20 versions of excel open.
Jan 25 2022 06:49 PM - edited Jan 25 2022 07:04 PM
@RobertStewart I never donate to github projects... not a personal philosophy, just never found one that wasn't commercially sponsored and was worth donating to... until now. Worth every cent. Thanks for providing the link. Hopefully Microsoft fix W11 so it's not required, but if not... Valentin is plan B.
Feb 03 2022 02:41 PM
Feb 21 2022 02:08 PM
Microsoft please fix your OS to allow users to ungroup items on the taskbar in Windows 11! This change is incredibly frustrating. New versions of software are supposed to be upgrades to the predecessor not downgrades. What a productivity drain.
Apr 13 2022 10:21 AM
I just installed W11, and, as I've previously done every time after a fresh install of 10, went to uncheck "group similar blah blah blah" because I actually like to be productive during the workday....
WHAT IS WRONG WITH YA'LL
WINDOWS DOES NOT GO ON A TABLET
THE IPAD IS FAST BECOMING A GLORIFIED WACOM
STOP FOISTING THIS **** ON US
May 01 2022 09:12 AM
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May 22 2022 05:49 AM
May 31 2022 08:25 AM - edited May 31 2022 08:28 AM
Windows is always 'in development', i.e. they keep making updates. But it's not a beta version or something. It'll stay that way until they release Win12 which will no doubt have all the same issues as Win11 and older versions, along with some new ones.
Jun 07 2022 01:02 AM