The most prominent change is the presentation of theme-aware splash screens for UWP applications. At the point when a viable UWP application is launched, the splash screen color will coordinate your default application mode. In this way, if the light theme is turned on in the most recent Windows 10 Insider Preview, you’ll see a light theme splash screen, and the equivalent goes for a dark theme.
It’s a little visual change yet includes an additional detail that causes the system to feel more reliable. Here are the applications that help theme-aware splash screens up until now:
- Windows Security
- Alarms & Clock
- Voice Recorder
- Movies & TV
- Snip & Sketch
- Microsoft To Do
- Feedback Hub
- Microsoft Solitaire Collection
As indicated by Microsoft, the feature is turning out to few Insiders with expectations of rapidly distinguishing any issues in regards to performance and dependability. On the off chance that all works out as expected, more applications will be updated to have a theme-aware splash screen.
There are some different changes in Preview Build 20241, including an upgraded defrag experience, and a lot of changes, improvements, and fixes to the general insight.
Not long ago, Microsoft started revealing the Windows 10 20H2 update, which incorporates a new theme-aware start menu design. The present update expands upon that include, however, it’ll be some time before the vast majority will see this change.