New Windows 10-build offers customizable start menu and icons with new design




Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10, No. 10130 It is from this version possible to customize the Start menu, allowing it to be displayed include full screen. Furthermore, the design of the icons has been adjusted.

The innovations build 10130 entails by Microsoft set put on his blog. In the settings, users can now choose to make modifications to the start menu. This makes it possible to include the start menu on full screen, something that probably should yield a similar interface as it is now common to Windows 8.x. There are also some new settings for the Start menu.

Also new are the icons in Windows: Microsoft has provided them with a new design, which should better reflect the design language has in mind the company. The lists in the taskbar adjusted slightly so that they better match the rest of the Windows interface.

There are also a number of smaller improvements, including the Edge browser and for Continuum; the latter is software to use the full version of Windows 10 when a smartphone or tablet is connected to an external display. In build 10130 is also a shortcut to Cortana: the software is opened by simultaneously pressing the Windows key and the c key.

According to Microsoft, there are still some bugs in build 10130 example, the Mail application may crash and it is not always possible to set up a Wi-Fi connection. These flaws are fixed in a future version, or through Windows Update.


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