I remember when you had to turn off the computer twice. Once from the start menu, and shortly after again with the power button.
Or how about this little beauty of an issue. I'd run into this type of window drag issue a bunch of times every day.
KDE is really pretty great.
Also, try right clicking the task bar windows icon once - disk management should be in the list of shortcut functions for you. Super quick way to get to device manager and a number of other valuable functions too.
Thanks; win+x opens the menu too. I was just giving an example of winsearch's inconsistency.
That window drag ghosting was just one of the many things that always made Windows feel like a hack OS to me back in the day. My daily OS ~16 years ago was OSX; Whenever I used a P4 machine with XP after being used to a G4 with OSX I felt like I was going back in time.
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