It was only ever going to be the last OS only in name, and they've realized that putting in the effort to keep updating a product without rebranding it is a stupid idea anyway.Wait wasn't win 10 supposed to be the last OS?
Given EU forced Microsoft to make Internet explorer option able and made a prompt so even retarded monkey could download Firefox, then they probably argue that Microsoft integrating xbox fully into Windows is an unfair advantage over Sony and Nintendo.
EU is brain dead so who knows what fucked up stuff it can vomit up on the carpet.
and? they are completely free to do it)They'll probably make DX13 exclusive to Windows 11 to force people to 'upgrade', just like they did with DX12 and Windows 10.
(Well they backported it to Windows 7 eventually, but only after several years of complaints)
forcing of any kind. they don't ask, they do, if the user is okay .... otherwise the user can go fuck himself.
you might want to look into the history of lawsuits against Microsoft, lol
Unless you start using it as a daily driver and clutter your macOS with dozens of small tools to make it usable enough (like Rectangle, ToothFairy etc.).The Mac UI do look super clean though
Issues with using Windows + Right/Left Arrow button to move the windows to one half/quarter of the screen? It sometimes feels a bit off but works 90% of the time.For the Windows 11 Taskbar - love that you are now able to centre everything, but did they improve the keyboard shortcuts for windows movement and arrangement? To use a mouse drives me nuts on nearly every system...
I don't think this will happen again as the software landscape has changed dramatically. Windows, as well PCs, are not the dominant computing systems any more and app stores / package managers are the de-facto standard for every operating system on every hardware.Unless the xbox app becomes a competitor to steam in terms of percentage of games distribution, then I can't see any chance of an anti-trust law suit.
It works great on 16:9 screens but If you go ultrawide, then the options are not enough to arrange your windows.Issues with using Windows + Right/Left Arrow button to move the windows to one half/quarter of the screen? It sometimes feels a bit off but works 90% of the time.
That might be the difference, I got a 2 16:10 screens so it works well for me but yeah, I can see it being a pain for ultra wide monitors. I don't know if power tools has something that could help, I think it did have some more granular windows managementIt works great on 16:9 screens but If you go ultrawide, then the options are not enough to arrange your windows.
I was around then lol. Only MS approved Mouses and keyboards, only internally developed software unless you were proficient in DOS. They were like apple, bundling windows with Gamepass doesn't stop competition though.you might want to look into the history of lawsuits against Microsoft, lol