With the new Windows 10 upgrade, the company will very shortly be introducing new features and possible design enhancements.
Users from Microsoft will easily get a new-look Windows 10 Start Menu Bar. The company recently tackled a new subject that shows us a transparent Start Menu concept. It shared the new theme, Phantom Pink Pride Edition, which shows the changes to Windows 10.
The Menu box appears to get an interface update that is synchronized with the color code of the taskbar. We would admit the Start Menu’s new design looks good and it’s a little smooth. The announcement would seem to have offset this week’s introduction of Apple’s new MacOS Big Sur. The new MacOS, as you could see, receives numerous design changes and add – ons.
We know already that Microsoft will not rename its operating system. Instead, new features and future cosmetics are updated for the platform. We heard news a few weeks ago about a retailer’s Windows 11 System Set. But this is likely to happen close to zero.
Current Edge for Windows 7 and 8 users comes from Microsoft
The new Edge browser from Microsoft for Windows 7 and 8 users is available. The business has released a new fix to previous versions of Windows. So you will see a new browser on the Taskbar, if your PC runs Windows 8 (Home, Professional, Last or Start). However, it is interesting that Microsoft gives Windows 7 machines a taste for the new browser too.
The update will replace the current Edge browser with a new one and the taskbar will be updated for users. The Old Browser website URL is automatically moved to the Edge browser by Microsoft. Each password will be moved. And if someone attempts to operate the old version, Windows will open the new browser on their system.
Because Edge is Chromium-based now, it benefits from the extensions on rival platforms. The browser also improves battery life while it matches the performance of Chrome.