Saturday, July 24, 2021

Windows 11 could have some love for touchscreens and multi-monitor setups

It looks like Windows 11 might make some useful changes for folks who are running multi-monitor setups, plus the OS could push forward with gesture controls on touchscreens, too.

As Windows Latest flags up, those who use more than one monitor can encounter frustrating situations with Windows 10 when their PC goes to sleep, because upon waking, some running apps (or tabs) can be shifted to a different place on the screen (or crammed together on one display).


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