In steps, what I mean:
1. Open say, Internet Explorer (from the pinned icon) on Desktop 1.
2. Click on "Task View" and create a new dektop and choose that desktop.
3. Left Click on the pinned Internet Explorer icon.
What should popup is the Internet explorer from Desktop 1 and you will actually reswitch to Desktop 1 too. If I left click on Internet Explorer on Desktop 2, I should be able to open a new instance without Middle clicking or right click -> Software name.
Last edited by Lebon14; 03 Oct 2014 at 01:31.
Not bad once clearing out all of the default apps,
I've always and probably always will use these apps as a website most of which are on my homepage
Unless I get a really cool theme maker custom visuals it's life as I now it
Default apps I just can't get into them :/ and hate to be signed into all of them these are feeds which will soak up needed resources in my case
How do you get to the Modern Start Screen or is it completely gone? I don't use it but I'm curious.
Ah, thank you.
There was no Local Account link during my install.
I looked for it based on how the W8 series worked.
I noticed that W10TP checked my network and then it asked for my MS Account.
I used the "Back" button (which took me back to the Options screen) and then I disconnected the network.
When I confirmed my Options, I was taken to the Local Account setup screen.
To avoid the MS Account screen, disconnect your network during the installation.
After checking Brink's tutorial I see how it works.
MS cunningly hid the Local Account option on a completely different screen.
I notice a Feedback window didn't pop-up for that part of the W10TP experience.
Last edited by lehnerus2000; 02 Oct 2014 at 21:11.
Mystere, You are talking about jump lists but i don't think Lebon is... Lebons instructions talk about virtual desktops which never existed in 7, 8 or 8.1 so it couldn't have worked the same.
When on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc desktop if you right click and click internet explorer it does create a new instance for that desktop but i believe if you are on a new desktop it should just create a new instance when you left click as normal
Last edited by JDobbsy1987; 03 Oct 2014 at 02:30.