Microsoft has introduced their latest Window 10 that teases users with a redesigned Start menu. Their aim in redesigning the start menu is to make it look cleaner and more organized. The Windows Insider in Dev Channel will have access now to a list that is no longer in solid color backplates. Additionally, the refreshed menu still has a transparent background that can be interchangeable in either light and dark themes. Users will also have the choices of their preferred accent color for their frames and tiles that suit their tastes. 

The challenges that Microsoft currently is that they can't swap out the old Start menu with the new one from Windows 10. Though it may still be possible, there's a lot of work and effort that Microsoft needs to do to keep the user experience coherent. In addition to that, Microsoft doesn't want to push users away with a drastic UI change in the Start menu. The company has to change its needs incrementally.  

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Microsoft Windows 10’s all-new Start menu looks sleeker than ever
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Earlier Microsoft has teased users for the new design start menu of Windows 10 and it’s sleeker than ever.

Insiders have also now access to the Microsoft Edge feature that displays all open tabs in one panel by just pressing Alt + Tab. Furthermore, the default setting will be changed for 2-in-1 devices so that users will experience a newly enhanced touch when they detach the keyboard. The latest version of the operating system exhibits a prompt to confirm the switch to a tablet mode.

It's also worth remarking that Microsoft has officially replaced Insider Rings with Channels, making it more convenient for testers to select the group they need to join. However, This feature is an experimental one, which means that it will be a bit buggy and unstable. They are still relying on the early tester's support to recognize performance and issues.

Microsoft Windows 10’s all-new Start menu looks sleeker than ever
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Earlier Microsoft has teased users for the new design start menu of Windows 10 and it’s sleeker than ever. Here are the changes to enjoy:

Microsoft has also launched one of its most requested features to all Windows 10 users: graphing mode for Calculator. The tech giant hopes that they can "empower students to learn mathematics by improving their conceptual understanding and attitudes towards math."

Microsoft is also making its way into the market by making some changes with its new Windows 10 build. They also try to improve their Settings app in Windows 10 that would push the users toward the system part of the legacy Control Panel system page. This will now direct the user to the About page in Settings, which house more advanced controls typically identified in that system. With all these changes, Microsoft is promising users that "there will be more improvements coming that will further bring Settings closer to the Control Panel."

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