Windows 10 Start Screen may wear a new look with Redstone 3. Leaked screenshots of what appears to be Redstone 3 Start Screen reveal "Transparent Tiles". This may be one of the UI changes that Redstone 3 may bring by implementing Project Neon design language.
We have earlier reported about Project
Microsoft last pushed Windows 10 Mobile Build 14328 to Insiders in Fast Ring and the build coming after a brief pause post the Build 14316 brings many new changes and features. You can read the full changelog by clicking here. Now, since there are so many changes it is difficult
We reported about some upcoming Windows 10 Start Screen UI changes as spotted in the brief Build 2016 sizzle video earlier. Now, Microsoft hasn't only made the changes public in "Feedback Hub Quests" but also has sought your opinion about the upcoming changes. These changes are mostly related to Windows
Time for our Windows 10 hands-on tutorials!! We will cover basic as well as advanced tips and tutorials in these video How Tos. In this video we will tell you in detail how to customize your start experience, how to personalize your Start Menu, Taskbar and Action center with transparency
Three WU updates have been pushed to devices on Windows 10 Build 10041. Updates KB3046049, KB3050284, KB3050279 brings fixes to many bugs like Start Screen, Task View, bring a collection of fixes for Microsoft Surface Hub devices and also fixes a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows. Read the details below and
We have seen it on leaked Windows 10 for Phones and Windows Phone 8.1 GDR2 builds, but it seems you can now do it on Windows 10 Build 10041 too. It really helps in reaching to settings like "check for updates" from start screen in less number of steps.
In case you are already running latest Windows 10 Build 9926 on your PC or Tablet, you may be asking some questions to yourself.
First of all, where is the start screen? Now, you won't directly go to "Start Screen" anymore, if you click on the start or Windows button now,
Look what we found! While Windows Phone 8.1 brings so many welcome changes in terms of start screen customizations, the only way you can get folders there is by using “App Folder“. The process of creating and pinning folders to start screen with App Folder however is not very intuitive.
Chinese channel “CoolXap” has posted two videos demoing Windows Phone 8.1 on a Lumia 630. Most of the Windows Phone 8.1 stuff demoed in the first video is known and has been demoed before as well. The second video however demos “how to set start screen background” which is certainly
SDK and other leaks have sort of confirmed that Windows Phone 8.1 will bring custom background for start screen. Now, two more images leak in China and they show how the start screen will actually look with images set as background. As you can see in the above screenshots, it