The following concept of Windows 20, however, suggests a much more important redesign for the company's operating system from Redmond. Includes changes that have been required by users for a long time.
The task bar, for example, could have centered icons, something that can already be achieved with third-party software in Windows 10 and which the Microsoft refuses to offer at operating system level.
Of course, that could do them Windows 10 look more like macOS, but since it is one of the top feature requests, the company should at least explore the options available to make the new feature available at some point.
The live tiles have been redesigned in the Start menu, and have additional options displayed on the mouse. In fact, there are many who report that live tiles could be removed at some point in the future, as they do not appreciate them in the Start menu.
Overall, the concept suggests several interesting ideas, and it would be nice if the Microsoft she glanced at him. This does not necessarily mean that the company will implement the whole concept, but it will be good to know what users expect from the upcoming Windows 10.
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