We recently heard that Microsoft is canceling its Windows 10X project to focus instead on Windows 10, in particular the upcoming Sun Valley update, which is expected to give the OS a major UI upgrade.
There is now some evidence that Microsoft is working quickly to bring the user interface improvements in Windows 10X to Sun Valley, which is expected later this year.
WindowsLatest reports that the experimental flags have appeared in WindowsShellExperienceHost.exe, which, when enabled, activates features previously found only in Windows 10X.
This includes improvements to the Action Center, which now features a quick-action grabber that can now be detected by swiping from the bottom of the screen, two features previously only available in Windows 1
Other improvements include more rounded corners and floating lists and jump menus.
Microsoft’s choice to upgrade Windows 10 over Windows 10X is probably the wisest choice, as anything less than full-featured Windows has always been doomed to fail.
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