Build 10525, the first new build since the the release of Windows 10, updates how it displays color for Start, Acton Center, Taskbar, and Title bars. The change is not very obvious, so we'll point it out in a hands-on video. Take a look.

  1. Go to Settings > Personalization > Colors
  2. Toggle on Show color on Start, taskbar, and action center

In addition to showing color in Start, taskbar, and action center, you'll also notice the addition of color in title bars. You can see it on top of the app windows when you open the Store, File Explorer, and more.

Windows 10 Build 10525 also brings improvements to the Memory Manager, includes the Windows Feedback app, and more. For more details, check what's new in the Windows 10 preview build 10525.

Will you be turning on this option for Windows 10? Sound off in the comments!