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WinSplit Revolution Comments

Serious bug

Comment by robertmosher
about WinSplit Revolution · Apr 2015 · Helpful Not helpful -1 Helpful Report as spam

Pretty good, though development has stopped. You should not this has a serious bug. If you hit Ctrl+Alt+C it will close all your windows and attempt to shutdown your computer. This is easy to do by accident if you're quickly Alt+Tabbing between windows and copying and pasting. You'll want to go into "Hotkey settings" and disable "Close all windows" once you install this.

Yes, technically it is a feature. But the likelihood of accidentally doing this is pretty high, and the consequences are bad, which in my book makes it a bug.