Windows 10 comes with a new Start menu

Now that Windows 10X it is a fact, there are many who hope that the to bring some of the features of the new operating system to the full version of Windows 10, such as the new menu που δεν now live tiles.

Of course, Microsoft does not seem to be willing to go that far, but a teaser that it presented during one podcast of Windows a few hours ago, it reveals an updated Start menu that does have live tiles, but is somewhat different, as you can see in the image below.

Windows 10

Έτσι η Microsoft δεν αφαιρεί τα live tiles, αλλά τα μπλοκ τος που χρησιμοποιεί στο Start menu, κάτι που το κάνει το νέο menu να φαίνεται πολύ πιο εκλεπτυσμένο.

The change is not significant, but it simplifies the Start menu and allows the blend into the overall design in a more seamless way.

Brandon LeBlanc, senior program manager at Microsoft, says that live tiles have come to stay, so we probably won't get rid of them soon.

"Those who enjoy live tiles will continue to be able to do so," he said.

Of course, this does not necessarily mean that the company will faithfully follow its plan. Last year there were many who reported that Microsoft was thinking of abandoning live tiles since they are not used that much. We should also mention that many programmers develop applications for the that use still images.

It remains to be seen, but for now Microsoft is considering tweaking the existing Start menu a bit without making any dramatic changes by adopting the menu that features the .

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