Re: Another cautionary tale.
The same came to mind. Sometimes it feels like I've learned more from SP than school.
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I have this problem on my jammy jellyfish setup. The built in display on my laptop is ~2k and the external monitor is 1920 x 1200. I find that I have to choose between either having too fine UI on the inbuilt or a too big UI on my external monitor. I went for the latter as can reduce the text in an application like VSCode and that's ok. There may be a way to sort this but I haven't figured that out.
This is by no means a deal breaker. The thing that I'd like to see is better battery optimisation. From experience the battery lasts notably longer in Windows 11. I'd guess around 15 to 20% longer.
Just bricked the Ubuntu side of dual boot laptop with Windows 10 being the other OS. Oops.
Was following the guide on the Ubuntu website, https://ubuntu.com/tutorials/upgrading-ubuntu-desktop#3-check-for-updates
The Windows side is working ok. I'm planning on moving to Ubuntu proper when the next LTS comes out.
Oh well. Something to do this weekend.