Microsoft has rolled out the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build, giving us a glimpse of a new Start menu that was redesigned to look cleaner and more coherent. Insiders in the Dev Channel will now have access to a refreshed menu that no longer uses solid color backplates behind logos in the app list. A subset of Insiders now also have access to a new Microsoft Edge feature that shows all open tabs in one panel simply by pressing Alt + TAB.
Microsoft announces new Windows 10 Start menu design and updated Alt-Tab. The updated design looks less cluttered, and Alt-Tab will now include websites from Edge. Full details here: https://t.co/QyUi8xFdOW pic.twitter.com/LyBCAbjX4h
— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) July 1, 2020
Microsoft announces new Windows 10 Start menu design and updated Alt-Tab https://t.co/oj6m1F79tl pic.twitter.com/1yqke9YGwf
— The Verge (@verge) July 1, 2020