First Ring Daily 1122: Take Duo

Posted on September 21, 2021 by Brad Sams in First Ring Daily, Podcasts with 6 Comments

On this episode of First Ring Daily, Surface is tomorrow, iOS 15 is today, and this was part two of a one-part podcast.

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6 responses to “First Ring Daily 1122: Take Duo”

  1. pecosbob04

    Leave the window open! Paul's feed looks better today than it has in ages.

    Funny even I (who cares not at all about it) knew the Surface event was tomorrow because in yesterdays podcast you guys mentioned it was really odd that the reveal was set for Wednesday as Microsoft usually does them on Tuesday.

  2. will

    Windows 11 to me is the Windows XP of Windows 2000. Take what is a good OS, update the UI, and have the foundation for the next several years.

  3. crunchyfrog

    My Surface Go 2 must have sensed the event coming because it promptly died when I pulled it out the other day. Unlike my refrigerator though, the Go 2 died while in warranty.

  4. dkrowe

    I move the taskbar on every pc I use. To the side, because every monitor is wider than it is tall. If there are multiple screens, it goes to the side in the middle to reduce mouse movement. Since the announcement for 11, I have moved some back to the bottom to see how that will go. I don't like it.

  5. brothernod

    I've been in the Windows 11 beta basically as long as possible and I've definitely still got beefs to pick with it sadly.


    1) If you've got a full screen video app like Hulu I cannot find a way to change the audio volume without leaving full screen video. Swipe in from the right pulls up the calendar for some useless reason (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻


    2) And far more annoying for me because it was one of the key promised improvements in Windows 11, every time I switch to my desktop with only 1 of 2 monitors on it as source, all the windows are off screen and I have to drag them back over. Reported it as feedback but have gotten zero traction :( The worst part is that 2 years ago this worked perfectly and something changed in Windows 10 last year that broke this.

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