To upgrade your current version of Windows 10 to the May Update, head to the Windows 10 download page. Then click the “Update now” button. Windows 10’s latest update is the May Update, which is version and was codenamed 19H1 during development. While the new update experience is minimizing issues during and after the upgrade process, it seems that Microsoft is more aggressively blocking.
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Microsoft’s next big Windows 10 feature update is here. Codenamed “19H1,” and known officially as the Windows 10 May Update, this release brings with it a few new features and lots of improvements to already existing ones. Let’s take a look! More on the May Update. Seeing a feature that isn’t listed here? Perhaps it was added in a previous Windows 10 update. Check out our changelogs for those below!
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See all comments How does it work? It doesn’t, yet. That is my wish for upcoming builds XD. We need an option to save Live tile layout via OneDrive and sync it to other devices. It would be nice to see gadget like controls on live tiles like music controls on Spotify tile. My question is how long will live tiles remain in the OS. They seem to not be doing anything special with them. Why fix what’s not broken? Thats what I miss that was a part of Win 8. They will be used once CShell has been implemented.
Several 3rd party customization programs does it with minimal RAM consumption. It shouldn’t be hard for MSFT. Shouldn’t be and isn’t hard but Microsoft has bigger and more important things to work on especially when there is already a way to do it using a program.
Yeah, more important like Acrylic blur effects. Of course its more important, as that is part of the visual identity of the OS, while 3D wallpaper is not.
Idk about 3D, but live wallpapers are more or less shelved.. Microsoft replaced it with slideshow in windows 7. I remember using it Vista on Pentium 4 system, it used to take atleast 5 to 10 minutes to boot. Though it faired well on core 2 duo machine. Even today with out lwp.. Yes, I thought that having animated background sounded cool back with Windows 98, but it just became a distraction and I quickly turned it off.
The same with Windows Vista. There used to be a feature that let you run a website as a wallpaper or something similar, my memory is a little fuzzy on what it was exactly and that sounded cool as well, but it just became distracting and I switched that off as well.
No thanks, just a waste of resources. Where is edge as a separate app in windows 10 so they can make major improvements to edge more frequently instead of once a year, two at best.
Again – that’s not how it works. That’s exactly how it works. That’s not how it works only in MS’ camp They don’t even use the same engine. It would take some restructuring but it can work. They can either update the Edge app independently of EdgeHTML this is less effort and will allow them to add new features without breaking the engine or the Windows components that rely on it or, if they really want to go full in on it, they can try to unbundle the entire SDK like Google Play Services on Android – but that’s rather unnecessary knowing how all Windows devices get updates twice a year more or less.
That is on the way when they revamp Edge and turn it into a Chromium based browser. That way Edge will be updated on it’s own. I just don’t understand why anyone cares about the stupid acrylic, blur, whatever effects. It’s annoying, at best. What’s annoying, is at least two very visible design languages. I’ll be happy when MS finally phases out all others and the entire W10 will be Acrylic.
It’s kinda stupid. A bunch of awful, grainy blur effects, hover animations that aren’t really special, and Oh, and all of these new UI elements are horribly inconsistent, along with all the other inconsistencies we already had! Windows design is a massacre, and it seems like Microsoft cares more about shiny new features that no one needs instead of addressing it.
What are you talking about, they are always updating things to make them match the new style. Windows is a massive OS and changing all that legacy code so the GUI is uniform takes a significant amount of time and considering Microsoft is sticking to win10 and just updating they will get to it.
They can’t just easily change these things. They have to bug test every single change for weeks before it’s rolled into a build and that includes seemingly simple gui items. At the same time different people work on features while also working on improving things and fixing any issues that weren’t found till the build was in the wild. There is a reason they have insider builds. They actually take that feedback into account so if you have such a big problem with something go and make a suggestion instead of whining about an issue that isn’t a big deal as far as usability goes Windows10 supports tons of different HW.
I’m sure the feature is in Win No Menu key, much lesser short-cut combinations, etc. If you really try to go mouse-free on Mac, you’d discover lots of weird UX and inconsistency. Both UI, UX and stability. Wow they made a dark mode look pretty. Developer for iOS prefer it because they have no choice. Creators have been flocking to win10 in my area for the past 2 years.
Touch and pen support is what they want. The surface studio is replacing iMacs in every imaging and graphics office here that I visit, and know people who work there. Devs, not just iOS devs usually use Mac aside from Linux. Not Windows. In our office, we use MacBooks for web and mobile development. As a Windows fan, honestly, MacOS is smooth, fast, even on “older” hardware.
I’m starting to like MacOS. While my Windows 10 laptop, i7, 8GB, is struggling to open explorer. If your i7 laptop is struggling to open explorer, that says more about your self than windows, intel or whoever your laptop manufacturer is. Beyond that, whatever your office makes, I’m not touching it with a foot pole. Macs are an expensive status symbol that people want to create the right image. Outside of the US, in places such as China and India where a lot of the worlds programmers are bases, and in Europe, PCs are king, queen, and who knows what else thrown in for good measure.
If you’re i7 struggles with anything then I would suggest that you have a hardware or a software problem. If I ever sit down at an i7 and it struggles with a basic task the first thing that I do is check for viruses.
That was true, in the s. Today, people mostly pick macs because they create the right image. From a creative perspective thought you can run the exact same creative software on a Windows system and it runs just as well. Mail app has dark mode What a troll. It does. The reading pane is white though. Even for some plain text emails non HTML , it should invert colors and make the text light-on-dark. That will change in My reading pane is dark too and I’m not on the yet. That’s because mail app is not part of Windows OS updates and they added that support earlier.
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