Remember when Microsoft decided it would be a good idea to remove the Windows Start button in Windows 8? Well, the company is considering new design changes to this iconic Windows user interface element, but fortunately the button does not go anywhere anytime.
As you can see in the photos below, Microsoft is working on a Simple Start button for Windows 10 that is much easier on your eyes. Also, Live Tiles in the Start menu are in favor of simpler application icons. Also, the redesign of buttons currently being tested internally seems much more convenient for tablets. This may well affect Microsoft's plans to run future dual-screen folding devices. On the other hand, tablet mode must work on any Windows 1
The leakage comes from Windows 10 that was mistakenly distributed to Windows internal testers using 32-bit devices, Reports on the border . It is also interesting that the build of the 18947 is intended for internal Xbox development, so Insiders should not get the update first.
If for any reason you have installed this version of Windows 10, you should know that Microsoft is viewing it.