Microsoft has released a new beta version of Windows 10 with, among other things, a new screen for multiple icons within the OS. In addition, the container uptime has been improved for fast start-up, for example, Sandbox.
The updated screen appears in Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21343, released by Microsoft to the dev channel. Microsoft Light Changing icons In the explorer for desktop, documents, downloads, and photos. For example, folder icons no longer display a skewed open folder. From now on, the screen relates to the folders with tabs on the front-right, with different colors. The trash can icon has also changed. This is also no longer pointed obliquely, but rather straight, and the same is true for a connected storage drive.
Microsoft started last year With the icon revamp for Windows 10 and more apps have now received a new icon, such as Notepad. Microsoft is planning more visual changes, which are said to be part of a project called Sun Valley.
Microsoft also reported on the new build release that it improved the runtime for implementing its bucket in Windows 10. This would make the uptime lighter and provide faster boot times for Sandbox and Defender Application Guard. Additionally, the Chromium-based Edge browser has now been added to Sandbox.
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