I’ve just discovered that despite the very handy feature of “remembering” placement of opened apps on the external monitor when plugged back in to the laptop, there is another one missing – independent virtual desktops. Using “extended mode” for multiple displays, If I create a virtual desktop on one monitor, Windows creates also one on the external monitor. Furthermore, when I switch between virtual desktops on one monitor, it also does it on another one simultaneously. So in fact, Windows creates virtual desktops which are kind of common extended places consisting of multiple monitors. Truth to be said, this mode is also useful, however I need to have all my virtual desktops on all the monitors independent.
Is there any workaround in this regard? Or probably there are some settings in Windows 11 to enable “independent mode”?
P.S. I’m also curious whether Microsoft plans to implement such a feature in Widows 11. As far as I remember, in some insider build of Windows 10 (year ago or even earlier) this feature was being tested.