Microsoft will release its big Anniversary Update for Windows 10 sometime later this summer. However, the company is looking for some feedback on changes it wants to make for the 'All Apps' interface in the Start Menu and Start Screen of the OS.
In a Sway post (via MSPoweruser) Microsoft showed off their ideas for the revised "All Apps" UI. For the Start Menu, which is usually used on the PC desktop, the new version moves the Power and Settings buttons from the bottom of the Apps menu to the left side of the screen.
For the Start Screen view, which is mostly for touchscreen and tablet users, there's a much bigger change in the concept. In this case, the idea its show all the apps in a full-screen mode, similar to how it was handled in Windows 8.1. It also shows a "Most used" app selection on top. Insiders can fill out a survey to make their voices heard on these All Apps UI concepts before they are finalized.
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