Microsoft’s new Windows 10 20H2 update has bought few new features and improved some of the old Windows UI. This includes the background matching theme to Start Menu, making them semi-transparent and fit into the boxes. It now allows users to adjust the screen refresh rate, notifications, and price checking tools coming to Edge.
Windows 10 20H2 Update New Features
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will be the last name with no new successors coming up later. Thus, it just sufficed the past Windows versions with just security and improvement updates and allocated more time to make new features for Windows 10.
In this pursuit, the latest Windows 10 20H2 features update was the rolled out earlier this month and has balanced between features and issues. While many reported audio, drivers, etc., the introduction of new features calmed them all. These include the new Start Menu, Edge improvements, and Notifications.
Starting with the Start Menu, Microsoft says it’s now theme-based, meaning the Start Menu would now adjust its panel color to what the user had set in the background. The Start Menu is made semi-transparent because of this, to take a shade of what’s in the background. If not the background image color, users can adjust to the system’s light to dark modes.
Further, users can make their notifications more visible, thus being more comfortable to see them. It has added the ability to manually adjust the screen refresh rate and a clean Taskbar with no clutter. One of the biggest features is introducing the Price Comparison Tool and Collections section to the Edge browser.
Users can save and add their favorite contents found on the web to their Collections section in the Edge, and there’s a Price Comparison Tool to check prices of a product among various sellers to find the lowest price for buying. The Windows 10 20H2 with these features will be rolling to systems running on v1903, and gradually.
Via: XDA Developers