Windows 10 Update: Microsoft Hints At Revamped Start Menu And Live Tiles For Upcoming

Microsoft is laying its pitch for the Windows 10 launch perfectly before the release day in June. The latest OS preview, Build 10122 for PC has been officially released via Windows Insiders. Microsoft will revamp the OS so as to bring on alterations to the ‘Start’ menu and the Continuum. There are major changes set to occur on the Microsoft Edge browser and the settings for default apps as well.

Microsoft Hints At Revamped Start Menu And Live Tiles For Upcoming Windows 10For all we know, expect more responsiveness from the start tabs. In case you own a tablet and use Windows 10 in Continuum mode, you could access the already famous Live Tiles after shriveling the left panel down.

It seems that Microsoft is keen on polishing up and improving existing features for its latest Windows version instead of trying to add in an all new flavor. The previous technical Preview reveals a number of fixes and non-cluttered interface but the latest preview gives an idea that the Windows 10 is set to be well grounded. If we are to believe Gabriel Aul, general manager at Microsoft Operating Systems Group, “From here on out you’ll see fewer big feature changes from build to build, and more tuning, tweaking, stabilizing, and polishing.”

The 10122 can be peeked into via Insiders if you are on Fast Ring. Customers here will bow keep getting latest reveals and sneak peeks before the final release this summer. One thing to note here is this also enhances their propensity to bring more bugs on-board.

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