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Last week we learned that traces of Windows 10 build 19480 were found in language packs available from the Microsoft Store. The WalkingCat serial leak confirmed the original spoon from Italian blog Aggiornamenti Lumia, tweeting that Windows 10 Sets, an organizational feature that Microsoft briefly tested in previous versions of Insider last year, could return to Windows 10 build 19481.

Well, Brandon LeBlanc of the Windows Insider team now responds to this tweet to say the rumor is wrong: Windows Sets is not coming back anytime soon, though LeBlanc has confirmed the existence of those internal structures mentioned by Aggiornamenti Lumia and WalkingCat. According to LeBlanc, these internal superstructures "are largely the same as those seen by internal people."

Back at Build 2018, Joe Belfiore of Microsoft said that Windows Sets would come back "when we think it's great" and since then we haven't heard anything about feature from the Windows Insider team. According to WalkingCat, the feature may still be somehow present in internal Windows 10 upgrades from the separate development branch mentioned by LeBlanc, though we have no way to confirm this yet.

Sets from Windows 10 that allowed Windows 10 users to group together Edge tabs, Windows 10 apps, and more in and a window sounded like an interesting feature when it was still in testing, although at that time the implementation was not so intuitive and most Windows 10 users may find it confusing to use it. We don't know yet if Windows Sets will be back at some point, but Microsoft may prefer to focus on incremental changes for now, such as a better tablet experience for 2-in-1 computers that recently appeared in 20H1 versions.

Additional reading: 21H1, Windows 10, Windows Insider, Windows Sets


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