The new Microsoft Windows 10 operating system is known to have limited predefined colors in the Settings app. Unlike Windows 7 or the newer Windows 8.1, which you can choose your own color from a color mixer, Windows 10 did not allow it until the Anniversary Update.
Many users complained about it because it was very difficult to add a custom color without using third-party or hack applications.
So Microsoft thought to change it. A recent change that was first observed in the October After Updates application, Microsoft gives you the ability to use any color you want.
We'll see this feature in the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update, where Microsoft will bring the color picker back to Personalization - Colors.
The "new" feature will look like the image below:
In the screenshot above, you can see that Windows 10 Creators Update will have a default color option.
In addition, the Color in Personalization page will have the latest colors used in the past, but will also allow you to create your own predefined colors.
The changes made by Window 10 Creators Update look very promising and add features to Windows 10 that should have existed from the beginning. For this reason through iGuRu.gr we supported and continue to believe it Microsoft's latest operating system came as a testers version (globally) even for those who are registered with Windows Insider.
The update is expected to be released in March of 2017.