Microsoft is finally bringing a new design to the Start menu in Windows 10 that will highlight Live Tiles. The company he hinted first updated design earlier this year, but is now released for Windows 10 Windows Insiders.
"We're refreshing the Start menu with a simpler design that removes the colors behind the logos in the app list and applies a uniform, partially transparent background to Live Tiles," Microsoft said in a post on blog the company's.
Essentially, removing the bright color in the UI with Live Tiles in the Start menu will slightly simplify the look and make it easier to search for the applications you use on a daily basis.
It's a subtle change, but it will definitely make the Start menu look a little less chaotic.
Along with the new Start menu update, the latest version of Windows 10 includes some major changes to Alt-Tab.
"Starting with the current version, all tabs that open in Microsoft Edge will start appearing with Alt-Tab," says Microsoft. It seems like a change that may confuse Windows users a bit, but Microsoft will allow you to not use the Alt-Tab feature.
Microsoft experimented with many changes to Alt-Tab in earlier versions of Windows 10 when it planned to add tabs to each application.
There will probably be a lot of user feedback on the new Alt-Tab in the near future, especially if Microsoft intends to enable the feature by default in the next major Windows 10 update that will be released later in 2020.