It is expected that the modular and web-first OS of Microsoft will start rolling out in the coming spring of 2021 and that is also on new hardware. Some features of that can also be added to Windows 10 and you will be happy knowing the OS company already started working on it. The Windows 10 Build 20185 brings a clipboard history access feature, along with the ability to insert GIFs emojis and kaomoji. Work to include the touch keyboard of Windows 10X and ‘first run’ experience improvement is in progress.
The upcoming Windows 10X will bring a new Start menu and Action Center along with a new touch keyboard. It has the GIFs and emojis integrated into the user interface. So, users don’t need to go to some separate icons for that.
A search box is also added at the top right corner so that you can reach to the exact emoji or GIF you need. Apart from this, the a Fluent Design and the “Clipboard history” feature are also included.
Needless to say, all these features will enhance the Windows 10 (on tablets and 2-in-1 machines) experience as well.
First-run experience improvement
The First-run feature or out of the box feature in Windows 10 is not so much clear. But in the case of Windows 10X, the entire thing is redesigned. The Setup process, Microsoft account login screen, language, region, and all other pages are new. So, it’s obvious, if this new first-run feature comes to Windows 10 that will be awesome.
Apart from this, after each and every update it was hard to find, sometimes, what new exactly we get. But Windows 10 Build 20190 solves this issue by bringing a post-update feature.
There are some more features like Bluetooth fly out menu and voice typing that are still in the testing phase.
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