Windows 10, which is expected to release in the middle of this year is enjoying a great hype among the gadget lovers, especially among the loyal base of Microsoft users. To add to the excitement, a leaked version of the upcoming program indicates that the company is making some significant improvements in the touch experience.
Sources reporting the leaked version also mention that the apps present on the taskbar are removed on its own, as soon as the program is launched on a tablet. The users are then diverted to an interface that provides access only to the Cortana digital assistant, virtual desktop icon and Start Screen. Thus, allowing users a hassle free experience.
Accessing the recent apps is also not very difficult as users just need to swipe from left to right. The best part is, users can also get full-screen view of apps and Live Tiles from the Start Screen whenever needed. Reports also indicate that there will also be a new animation for launching the Start Screen that easily glides over the wallpaper set on the desktop. The reports on the leaked version also indicate that users can also launch desktop apps and expand it to the fullscreen mode without getting cluttered on the taskbar.