I've been drooling over ultra-wide monitors and probably close to buying one. Something that has been low key bugging me is how many users that own one still use a horizontal Windows taskbar. I've thought vertical was the only answer when screens went 16:9, I just look at all these photos of wasted vertical space in 21:9 or wider and weep.
Saw one review complain one the screens was only 1080p vertical and 1440p should be considered the bare minimum for "real work", and I just stared in awe because every single photo in that review had a horizontal taskbar. I don't know if you know this, but I know this one easy trick to save you 200px vertically for your "real work".
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