Reveals: Microsoft new Windows 10 Start menu
Microsoft has inadvertently released an internal version of Windows 10 to samples,
revealing a new Start menu design. The software massive circulated Windows 10 build 18947, intended for internal Xbox development,
to Windows Insider testers using 32-bit devices. It’s an internal-only build from the company’s canary division, and yet Microsoft issued it to all Windows 10 testers whether they are in release preview, fast ring, or even slow ring testing. The build is now discontinued.
Gratefully, it was only released to 32-bit systems, which are not broadly used, but it’s an embarrassing fault for Microsoft’s Windows 10 testing efforts. This internal build appears to include a new Start menu design, that’s very early in testing, without Microsoft’s Live Tiles. It’s something Microsoft is testing inside for Windows Lite, but it’s not clear whether Windows 10 will fully drop Live Tiles in the Start menu anytime shortly. This new build also included a GIF search tool within the emoji picker for Windows 10.
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