I'm trying out Windows 8, and I've installed a 3rd Party start menu that also supports the disabling of the hot corners.
In Windows 7 and earlier, clicking in the upper-right corner would hit the close button on a maximized window--so I could just fling the mouse up to the corner and click, and it would close the window.
With the corners disabled in Windows 8, clicking in the upper-right corner doesn't actually close the window. I guess they moved the buttons over a bit to try to prevent this from interfering with their "Charms" menu, so the user wouldn't accidentally close a window. Now, I have to move the mouse a few pixels to the left before it will click the X.
Is there any way to address this? Can I, for instance, shift the buttons over a bit to the right so the corner lines up with the X? I'd really rather not install a window manager or skinning tool, because it would take up a lot of extra resources for one small change. Ideally, there would be some setting or registry change I could do, but I'm not sure there is one.