If you have a Remote Desktop window opened up, try hitting the start screen in it.
Double start screen, double the fun!
Have you ever found something really badly designed? Something which obscurity of its functions makes it hard to understand its use? Something almost unusable to a point it would drive you mad using it too often? Perhaps, a fool's design? Then you have come to the right place. Post your findings here and help making the world a saner place.
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contextfree` wrote:Corners are normally disabled while you run a desktop app in full screen mode, fyi.
(http://channel9.msdn.com/Forums/Coffeeh ... 6c0064d084)
A fool's solution: Accept and ignore the foolish design and do not use Remote Desktop unless it is in fullscreen.
CharlotteTheHarlot wrote:...What is it that "contextfree" is trying to say here? ( He links over to Channel9 btw )...
What he basically suggests is to not use a windowed Remote Desktop session and always go to full screen when connecting to a Remote Desktop session. Completely ludicrous.