Windows 10 October 2020 Update Is Started Rolling Out

Microsoft has now started the out the rolling of windows 10 October 2020 update which is also known as the Windows 10 20H2. These update is bringing the long waited theme-aware tiles in the Start menu and also the other improvements.

The most noticeable update of the Windows 10 20H2 is the brand new Start menu whose tiles currently admire the system theme. With this change, the Start menu must seem more like the coherent, which then must make Windows look far better. If you are one who prefers having bright colours in the Start Menu so you can follow this and enable the Show accent colour on the following surfaces. First, you have to go to the Start>taskbar, and action centre> in Settings>Personalization -> Color.

The latest Windows 10 comes with the new Chromium-based Edge and also with this update the Microsoft has added additional functionalities that are keyboard shortcut Alt+Tab to switch between tabs in Edge and also you can now pin the websites to the taskbar.

Together with Windows 10 20H2, Microsoft is now continuing to move away from the legacy Control Panel-based configurations. Which is seen as a new Insider construct, now you can also change the refresh rate of your screen from the Preferences menu.

Aside from these all changes there is also the upgrade which marginally boosts the tablet mode experience. Windows 10 now automatically switches into tablet mood when you disconnect the keyboard.

This  October 2020 update will be initially available to select devices running Windows 10 version 1903 or later. Microsoft also said that the Windows 10 users running May 2020 update will have a faster update experience and the update will install like a monthly update. You can check the update with this steps, First, go to Settings > Update & Security> Then Windows Update and click on to the Check for updates to manually check the update on your device.

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Anjali Bhatt
Anjali is 21 years old Barbie Girl who professionally engineer, but also very passionate about new technology. She is a full-time Editor at Geekman. When she's not writing an article, you can find her sleeping, finding something on Netflix, or playing video games.
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