The last time Microsoft made major changes with the Start menu in Windows was the big ruckus. For the changes meant that the in practice was gone and replaced by a kind of survey that covered the whole screen. Now it seems that the Microsoft samples on a new overhaul, about than a far more gentle variant. Windowscentral.com announces that a new version of Windows 9 has leaked, and with the showed it suddenly up to a new variant of the Start menu. This time it completely without the after each known “tiles” that appeared in the Windows phone and after each Windows 8 for large screens.
Grid of icons instead is the start menu more like a typical mobile menu, with icons spread over a grid with the search field and the account picture at the top. Windows version is designed for internal use in Microsoft, so exactly in which Update or Windows-variant functions from it will appear is unknown. But in the video that shows the functions, it seems that this will be an optional menu solution, where it is also possible to select the current start menu for those who desire.
The menu will be in the first instance be on your way to a new Windows variant known as Windows Small OS.
The operating system is then as long as not confirmed by Microsoft self. It will focus on a Windows variant for machines with small powers, i.e. a competitor to Chrome OS. Windows Central announces also that the design is early and unfinished so that the comparatively gently lapping and graphically simple menu can be able to see a little different with time.
This applies in particular to the icons in the leaked Windows is from several different intertwined eras of Microsoft icon design. Here it can be envisaged that the icon packages are collected to a common design after each. A field with the proposed more ap is located at the top and is apparently is not in operation yet. In the same way, it seems that the icons in the normal survey under neither are sorted in the usual show.
They come with Calendar after Mail and before the photos.
It seems likely that there will be sorting in place before the start menu is released to most people – whether it is alphabetically or based on installation time or groupings of app type. So it is not completely clear that it will reside in the regular desktop version of Windows yet, but Windows Central speculate in it, by the side of that they believe to know it will come to the Windows Small OS. Part of the reasonable assumption is that Microsoft has gone away from the “tiles” in virtually all software apart from the usual Windows for large screens. Thus they will probably also disappear from your PC after each. Leakage should have happened via the Windows Insider program that suddenly sent out updates that were not ready for publication. Microsoft has also been experimenting with several easy variants of Windows for larger monitors- first Windows RT and after each with Windows 10 S that was coffer added in the last year “