Duet Display, the application which comes in to focus a few years ago when it was introduced for iOS and MacOS. This application, as the name itself implies, enables users to project the display from one to another device wirelessly, in a seamless manner. And it seems that it has done a good job, at least for the iOS and MacOS users.
However, when it comes to Windows 10 and its many iterations, things aren’t working as it was initially expected. Namely, it seems that, once the Duet Display client takes place in Windows 10, it completely diminishes the usability of the Start button. Since this isn’t a minor overlook but a major issue, affected users reported the problem to both the developer and the Windows 10 dedicated subreddit. Here’s what the OP had to say in regards to the usability of Duet Display client on Windows 10:
”So, I gave Duet Display a try, and I can safely say that I am never using it again, until they fix the problems with the Start Menu locking up.
As long as the client is installed on your computer, your start menu will become completely inaccessible until you uninstall it off of your computer.
Testing this from a PC on the Fall Creator’s Update.”
As you can see, this is a grave issue and we can only hope that the developer, which doesn’t seem to be active lately if it’s to be trusted the official site, will address this issue. Thanks to the user with the username DavidTheFreeze, you’ll know what to expect if you decide to acquire Duet Display for Windows 10.
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How’s Duet Display working for you on Windows 10? Are there additional issues other users should be aware of before they decide to try it out?
Feel free to tell us in the comments section below.
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