Discussion in 'Windows Operating Systems' started by the_antipop, Jun 16, 2021.
snipping tool is in W1, hit the windows key, type snip.
I think he's saying that he doesn't like th new one.
W11 always opens up windows on my secondary monitor, it's so annoying and have no idea what's wrong to fix (yes I have made my primary monitor my main monitor)
It does it even when I have a window aligned on the main monitor.
Never had this issue in other versions of Windows.
can't say i've had this issue, but in all honestly W11 is just something i put up with, although multi-monitor support is actually the best i've ever had - i love the way it detects my second screen being switched on.
agree, multi-monitor support on Win11 far better than Win 10 and anything prior. Nice having all your previously opened windows & window locations remembered on each screen; rather than becoming a mess and all jumbled up on 1 screen; when turning a monitor on/off
What the hell? I'm getting the complete opposite experience here lol
What happens when you go into the bios? When I rebuild my machine into a new case a years back I also updated the bios and it added an option to swap the monitor the bios would show on. Before that I had to tilt my head sideways because it would always show on my secondary vertical monitor.
no that bullshit W11 thing I hate it, also you tricked me into clicking an article from the verge T_T
Did you read the entire article? It has a section on changing PrintScreen to launch the snipping tool...
You literally asked for the "snipping tool", I gave you the snipping tool
Why are you luddites even in the Win11 thread? Stick to the Win7 one then...
Better yet, come join us in the retro forums. We have sweet, sweet WIndows 95 to XP talk. Come bask in the comfortable warmth of unchanging, unpatched OSes... mmm......
It shows up on my primary monitor but I'll check that anyway.
i am in the retro forums...
Anyone who was getting the Ryzen micro-stutters should check with their MB manufacturer to see if there's a new UEFI with AGESA 1207. I just updated mine and it's greatly improved, still not completely gone though... Went from 1-2sec freezes to 0.1-0.5sec. Better than nothing...
**Information Security has been alerted** oh shit, wait, we're not in Enterprise Computing...
wanted to reinstall windows and put it on a USB and it boots but after I dont enter my key and enter next the next screen says my PC doesnt meet requirements
The thing is I installed it originally from the USB stick ....... oh what a pain
kms vl all
Well used the reset function and kept no files etc. Anyway, NZXT Cam is now working for my AIO.
So much more to put on........but a lot more not to put back on
Did this end up getting fixed? I'm tempted to jump on Windows 11 22H2 but have a Ryzen CPU.
It’s also still shit on Intel. My 12900K rig runs waaaay better on Windows 10.
My Ryzen 7 4800H laptop tests fine with recent builds/drivers. No problems there.
Ditto with my Ryzen 4650 laptop.
Two things I don't like about Windows 11 that I'm lazy googling:
1 - I find the UI pixel inefficient vs Windows 10, I'd love to make the UI elements even smaller, especially the tray.
2 - I disabled most of the animation stuff to make window transitions even faster, but it still feels 'slower' than 10. Which feels slower than prior releases, was hoping they'd help with that.
Otherwise... the changes I barely notice because I use my computer to launch applications, not geeze at the OS all day. Local user account, we remain all good.