The round corners, Mica, the centered taskbar, all are bringing the refresh that many users have been drooling over for many years already.
But Microsoft hasn’t completed the UI transformation, and Windows 11 is more of a work-in-progress that will continue to evolve with the debut of every new feature update.
Most recently, the company has introduced a new Alt + Tab experience that’s much more important than you’d be tempted to believe at first.
Currently available only for a limited number of Windows 11 testers in the Windows Insider program, the new Alt + Tab UI no longer uses the full screen but sticks with a windowed mode. As you can see in the screenshot shared by reddit user Unusual-Cap4971 a few hours ago, the Alt + Tab … (read more)
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