More on the Windows 10 Anniversary Edition
April 27, 2016 Leave a comment
With the upcoming “Anniversary Edition”, expected hopefully before the July 29th end of the free upgrade period, will have some changes made in the interface.
The following [are among the] changes to the Start menu are coming:
- The ‘All Apps’ list visible by default. As well the most recent selection of the user’s most used applications are shown at the top of the ‘All Apps’ list. Clicking and scrolling should be reduced.
- ‘Recently added’ section will now display three entries instead of one.
- The Power, Settings and File Explorer icons will always be visible in the Start menu.
- If a user has added folders to the Start menu are now immediately accessible.
- Users will be able to use voice commands to have Cortana to play some music, make some notes or set a reminder from the lock screen as users will no longer have to log into Windows to use Cortana.
- Cortana will allow users to set photo reminders or to add reminders based on content from other Windows 10 application.