Microsoft Windows 10 ‘Accidental’ Update

Microsoft Windows 10 ‘Accidental’ Update

25th July 2019 0 By Akhil Rajaram

The update, which Microsoft released inadvertently, showed a new Start menu devoid of Windows Live Tiles.

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The software giant recently released an update, labelled Windows 10 Pro build 18947, which turns out to have been designed as a developer testing version for Microsoft’s internal Xbox team. Unfortunately, its inadvertent release led to users on developer preview, as well as the fast and slow Windows Insider rings got a preview of the update, and the rather different Start menu did not go unnoticed.

According to the update, Microsoft could also be mulling over a plan of its begin menu, by obtaining obviate the Live Tiles yet as semitransparent color schemes. However, this may additionally be a case of the build being a pre-production one, which presumptive not be prepared for the ultimate integrate terms of the program. It might even be that the beginning menu replacement style, which can primarily be designed for a future ‘Windows Lite’ version.

Microsoft is slowly gearing up to release its next major Windows 10 update, so far known under the codename ’19H2′. The exact timeline of the update is not known yet, but more details should emerge about it quite soon. This year’s update is not expected to be a major one, but when it comes to Windows 10 in general, Microsoft is likely to make multiple significant changes to the entire OS, over the next few years.