Exclusive Video Of Windows 10 Build 10114 Shows Start Menu Changes, Improved UI And More
WinBeta posted a video of Windows 10 Build 10114 that shows some changes to the Start menu, among other things. WinBeta notes that this version of Windows 10 has yet to leak on the Internet. According to WinBeta, Microsoft will not release this this build of Windows 10 to Windows Insider members.
In this video, we can see a revamped Start menu with the File Explorer and Settings selections moved to the bottom and Microsoft has removed the option to turn the Start menu into the full screen version from the top right corner. In this build, users have to go to the Settings menu to turn on the full screen version of the Start menu.
Start menu is not the only change in this build of Windows 10; the Windows Insider app has also gotten a UI refresh with a hamburger menu on the left. On the right side of the app, we can see the full profile of the specific Windows Insider user with info like how long they have been a member of the program, which build of Windows 10 is running and more.
Considering that Windows 10 is due release in couple of months, we can be sure we will see more user interface changes and improvements with less and less new features in the upcoming Windows 10 builds.