Windows 10 Review
The latest prerelease version reveals more improvements and visual style over the previous one as Microsoft preps Windows 10 for a summer release.
Microsoft has rolled out a new build of its Windows 10 Developer Edition with new features, fixes and enhancements.
Launched on Wednesday, Windows 10 Build 10041 adds some tweaks to the Start menu/Start screen, as detailed in a blog post by Gabe Aul, a Microsoft program manager. The full Start screen is now transparent so that the menu icons and tiles float on top of your desktop background. The effect adds a neat visual flair to the traditional Start screen.
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Beyond that, the All Apps button is now easier to use with a touch of your finger. Pinning apps from the All Apps list or from the most-used apps list to the Start menu is also now much smoother. Aul said that item was a top request from Windows Insiders, users who opt to test each new Windows 10 build — think of builds as rough drafts en route to a polished, finished product — and provide feedback to Microsoft.
Stung by criticism over Windows 8, which turned off many PC users, Microsoft has made a concerted effort to get lots of people looking at preview versions of Windows 10, which is intended to run across a wide range of devices, from desktops to laptops to smartphones and even to devices like ATMs and ultrasound machines. The aim of the builds and the Windows Insider program is to elicit comments, questions and complaints from Windows users to help Microsoft fashion a Windows 10 that will hopefully avoid the mistakes of its predecessor.
Source: Lance Whitney
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