I've noticed some very illogical behavior (IMO) about the taskbar you have on all monitors (only applicable when multiple monitors are used of course).
I'm as curious for a fix as I am curious for why the current logic is the way it is right now. So feel free to answer any part of the question.
I have Monitor A and Monitor B. Monitor A holds taskbar A, Monitor B holds taskbar B. I'm looking at Monitor B at the moment and want to open up an application on it. Said application has a handy shortcut located in both taskbars, but since I'm looking at Monitor B, I'm gonna go and click it on Monitor B's taskbar B.
Windows logic happens
Application opens up on Monitor A anyway. Foiled again!
Could anyone explain why windows (10) does this?
And is there any fix for this problem?