More specifically, Microsoft has added a change that was spotted earlier this month in a Windows Insider podcast, so the Task Manager now sports accent colors based on your settings on the operating system.
“We’ve updated the Processes page in Task Manager so that the colors used in the heatmap are now based on your accent color. Please note in certain cases we will use the default blue accent color to ensure readability. We did a demo of this during this month’s Windows Insider webcast featuring Claton Hendricks from the Task Manager Team – watch the webcast on-demand here,” Microsoft explains.
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