If you move the mouse-cursor to the top-right-most corner on Windows 10, a Win32 program and a UWP app when maximised, highlight and respond to the red-close button

An application made with Windows App SDK, does not. //tested with SDKv1.4, not overriding windows-made title bar
Probably coz of their window-margins with Msft's new found love of rounded corners.

Never thought Windows would be this blatantly horrible. Everything past 2020s Windows 10 has gone downhill. I wonder which top-guy left that lead to this downfall.

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    Who the fuck uses windows in (soon) 2024. Ever since i switched to imac i never looked back
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    @b2plane people like me who are forced to have Windows in their work PC 😥.
    To compensate for this, on my personal PC I dual-boot 2 Linux distros.
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    @dontbeevil yep, Nadella is pure numbers-guy
    He'd make Bill Gates open an OnlyFans if that drives up MSFT shares

    @b2plane I'd hang myself before I make mac my primary machine
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    @cafecortado at least it aint mac 🫡
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    Yep, I get the resize cursor lmao. That's pretty crap
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    I dont like linux, I dont like windows, I dont like mac.

    Just randomly floating between linux and windows depending on time of the day.

    It's so annoying W7 is EOL, latest windows i didnt had any real problems with it.
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