49 votesBrian Spiller commented
It's contradictory to the effeciencies of PowerBI not to have "Close" available. While it is possible to save some time by opening or starting a new file before closing the current one, that is so off the way people, or MS_Office applications work.
"I'm done with File A so I will put it away by saving and closing it before I move on to File B. This means I'll wait for the application to shut down so I can open it up again." Really? WTF.
Big Frown for no CTRL+X
Great suggestion. Anyone else using Cognos and need to bring their reports into Power BI? If you are, please add your vote!
93 votesBrian Spiller commented
Yes! In part for those cases where an environment still holds us to a 32-bit Office/Excel install. We could still run a 64-bit PBI-Desktop!
(Yes, I hate to admit we are still 32-bit Office for some old Office API's in use.)