I haven't posted on UX before. I have a question that has always puzzled me. Is UX the place to ask the following?
Many generations of Windows right up to the present have had non-resizable windows for some of its system information. Here's an example:
Why? It's really irritating that the columns are too narrow and to read all the information one has to play around with scroll bars and resizing columns.
Can anyone suggest any kind of reason that Windows have stuck with this convention so long? Am I missing something?
I'm not asking for an answer to the actual question here. Simply whether I should post it. So, would the above make a good question for UX or is it too open to opinion?