Microsoft begins testing new Windows 11 taskbar UI changes
Microsoft is exploring different avenues regarding new UI changes to the Windows 11 taskbar. The software goliath is testing out bringing back the familiar search bar from Windows 10, close by notification badges for the Widgets section in Windows 11.
Windows 11 as of now sends with a search button on the taskbar, which can be disabled and just shows the search logo. Microsoft is currently trying three different search taskbar visual changes. One trial is the standard search icon, while two others incorporate a little or enormous search bar in the taskbar. Microsoft is searching for criticism on the progressions before they’re carried out more comprehensively, and the tests are important for Microsoft’s new trial Windows 11 features, which implies they probably won’t ship.
In the wake of carrying back the Weather gadget to the taskbar in Windows 11 as of late, Microsoft is currently testing adding notification badges. The notifications are intended for content like making it known and appear to be like the identifications you’d find in the Action Center on the right-hand side of the taskbar.
“When you open the Widgets board, a banner will appear at the top of the board providing more information on what triggered the notification badge,” makes sense of Windows Insider boss Amanda Langowski. It’s not expressly clear, however these notifications can be impaired close by having the option to ordinary capacity to eliminate the Widgets taskbar button.
Close by the UI tests, Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel can likewise begin testing another Camera application for Windows 11. The plan has been refreshed to match Windows 11, and it currently incorporates QR and standardized tag filtering support. Another Media Player update is likewise accessible for testing, with the capacity to tear CDs into AAC, WMA, FLAC, and ALAC files.