The current Windows 10 Start menu is filled with Live Tiles, which provide constantly refreshed information. But a new look at what could be Microsoft's fully redesigned Start Menu has none of that, and a very grey and dour look that I hope doesn't make it to the final version.
Start. pic.twitter.com/3QvWGPdQW9July 24, 2019
However, it was pushed to all 32-bit Windows 10 Insider Preview Build testers, even those on the slow ring cycle, which is supposed to be where you get the more stable updates.
While some of these icons look incredibly rudimentary, NTAuthority also shared proof that a GIF search engine is in testing for the Start menu.
GIF search! pic.twitter.com/upz6ltTaM7July 24, 2019
Windows Insider lead, Dona Sarkar tweeted that Microsoft is “looking into” this latest issue.
We're looking into itJuly 24, 2019