Windows 10: Why did the devs decide this was a good idea?

Discus and support Why did the devs decide this was a good idea? in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; When I get notifications, windows alerts me, and dampens my sound, including calls and anything else I'm currently listening to, as if these alerts are... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/LambentTyto, Jan 4, 2022.

  1. Why did the devs decide this was a good idea?


    When I get notifications, windows alerts me, and dampens my sound, including calls and anything else I'm currently listening to, as if these alerts are literally the most important thing going on at any given time. I mean, the thinking behind this is silly. I understand a subtle system sound, but actually lowering the volume of every other sounds going on?

    It's interfering with my calls. I can't believe they put this in here by default...

    In any event, how do you turn this off this scheisse?

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    /u/LambentTyto, Jan 4, 2022
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  2. MyiDevice Win User

    Edge Dev

    That's what I've already tried but I don't get the Dev browser in the list, while I have it in my PC, except Internet Explorer. Please suggest some other solution!
     
    MyiDevice, Jan 4, 2022
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  3. swat354 Win User
    Windows 10 infinite restart black screen


    Thank you john for all of your help i decided to get the usb my computer came with and factory reset it i didnt have anything that personal or valueable so its ok thanks for the help though i appreciate it
     
    swat354, Jan 4, 2022
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  4. mrw1986 Win User

    Why did the devs decide this was a good idea?

    [Case Gallery]   mrw1986's Rig

    Thanks for the suggestion, but after a lot of homework I've decided on the Corsair, this whole list has been ongoing since February and it's my final list *Smile Why did the devs decide this was a good idea? :)
     
    mrw1986, Jan 4, 2022
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