Microsoft has released new Windows 10 October 2020 Update earlier today. It will hit over 1 Billion Windows 10 devices across the globe. The update serves as a service pack than a major release. It includes some changes like the refreshed Start menu, some Alt-Tab changes, and the bundling of the new Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge.
The new start menu brings a transparent background to tiles replacing the solid colour. This makes finding the apps via search a lot easier. Next big change can be seen in the Alt Tabs. Now when you use the Alt-Tab key to toggle between active apps, the list includes all the open tabs in the Microsoft Edge browser too. However, if you wish to, you can avoid seeing the tabs in the list.
Other slight change includes logo beside the respective app notification. In addition, the tablet mode in a 2-in-1 laptop will no longer show a notification. Finally, Microsoft has decided to help you make most of your high refresh rate gaming display. Now you can adjust the refresh rate directly from the Windows 10 settings panel. To do so, go to Settings > System > Display, Advanced display settings. Earlier, you had to fiddle with legacy interface inside the settings or use AMD or Nvidia’s apps.
Check Windows 10 October 2020 Update in the Windows Update section of settings (Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update).
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