Microsoft adds color to the Windows 10 19H1 desktop

Microsoft is making subtle changes to the Windows 10 desktop, the 1903 version, and users who are subscribed to the Windows Insider program can already get a taste of how it all looks.

The release of Windows 10, expected in April for all users, will have color tab icons on the taskbar as part of Microsoft's new color scheme for the entire operating system.

As you can see in this snapshot that posted on Twitter by Microsoft Jen Gentleman engineer, the jump tabs (the menu tabs that are shown right-clicking on a taskbar icon) now follow the operating system tone settings.

Jump tabs so far use a dark gray theme in both normal and night light in Windows 10.

However, with the 10 1903 19 debut (codenamed 1H2019, possibly released as an update in April XNUMX), Microsoft is going to change it by allowing the background accent color to expand on those tabs.

Currently the feature only works in Windows 10 night light, but there is a good chance that Microsoft will turn it on in normal light as well, when the 19H1 update is complete.

To try the new feature, and while running 19H1, go to Settings> Personalization> Colors.



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