Do you do Windows? Love it or hate it, post away!
One of my machines hasn't picked up the "Kill IE" update yet, so decided to fire it up once last time (Although I haven't used it in quite a while) and am using it to post this message.
Say you've got three (or more) monitors on your system. In my case, I have a (smaller) monitor built into my laptop, and two larger external monitors connected to it. I wanted to just use the two external monitors for a Remote Desktop (RDP) session, but not use the smaller laptop monitor.
So, not understanding why (Nor do I agree that) they did it, but they removed the whole right-click menu from the Task Manager in Windows 11. Which was always the way I've opened Task Manager since Windows NT.
/* Windows 10 Source Code */
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Enjoying the awesome new Windows Terminal? But run into weird issues once in a while where you type
exit and instead of the window closing, it gives you this message:
[process exited with code ####] Turns out that's by design for some reason. There's a way to stop that with a profile setting named
closeOnExit so that it always closes on exit.