You won’t need CTRL+ALT+DEL anymore, at least if you want to take down an unruly program.
Windows 11 users are just scratching their heads, so many new developments have been reported about this week’s Microsoft Build 2023. Artificial intelligence was of course the central topic at the Redmond’s annual developer conference, but new functions were also announced.
Our American sister paper, PCWorld.com, reported that one of the latest innovations may retire the key combination that many Windows users must have had unpleasant experiences with.
The holy trinity of CTRL+ALT+DEL is used by most people when some program is stubborn, and in this case the Task Manager must be called in to try to get the recalcitrant software to understand better. Well, we don’t want to lead anyone, since there probably isn’t a person on the planet who would start waiting patiently at this time, instead everyone is looking for the End task button to send the frozen program to the eternal pixel fields as soon as possible.
This process will be streamlined with the now promised update. From now on, you don’t have to dig deep into the Task Manager and find out which program has suffered a virtual stroke from the long list. Instead, it will be enough to right-click on the icon of the given program on the taskbar, and then select the Force Quit option from the pop-up options.
This is not the only update coming to Windows 11: in the future, the control of RGB lighting will be simplified, but Mouse without Borders will also come, which will not be a gaming competition for mice – along the lines of Game without Borders – but Microsoft PowerToys addition, which allows us to control several PCs with a single mouse. In addition, there will finally be a regular Windows Backup app for backups and the arrival of Windows Copilot, which will help users with artificial intelligence.
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Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.
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