Alt+Tab behavior also changes.
While Microsoft was criticized for changing the Start Menu with every new Windows version, its latest iteration on Windows 10 was met with some positive news. But a new upcoming update looks like they’re looking to change the Start Menu again.
But it won’t be a big change, an early build of the next Windows 10 update shows the Start Menu getting a new color change that will reflect the colors of tiles and the theme you are using. Microsoft said that the design can be further customized by accessing the personalization menu.
Another change that’s coming is the way the Alt+Tab behaves – at least if you’re using Microsoft Edge. Once you press Alt+Tab, each open tab on Edge will show up as different windows that you can easily see. It could be a little complicated if you have multiple tabs open, but Microsoft says there will be a way to organize the tabs so it won’t look cluttered.
The new update will also have a feature that will automatically switch to Tablet Mode once the keyboard is detached on 2-in-1 notebooks so you don’t have to manually turn on the toggle.
Microsoft notes that these features aren’t final, which could mean that the features might not even make the final release.