Although Microsoft is taking a break and reflection this Christmas, the company continues to prepare the arrival of the next major update of its Windows 10 operating system known as “Windows 10 Redstone 2” or “Windows 10 Creators Update.” Therefore, although at the end of last week the company released the latest public compilation of it, a few hours ago the company has confirmed one more feature that will come to the operating system: the possibility of creating folders in the Start Menu.
With the release of Windows 8, Microsoft decided to eliminate the classic start menu that was present in the operating system since Windows 95, a rather bad decision and did nothing more than generate criticism from users. With Windows 10, the company returned to this menu users and also advantage of the situation to update with new features to give teams a much more professional appearance and make it as useful and simple as possible.
Now, Microsoft has confirmed a new feature that will be included in this new menu starting with the release of Windows 10 Creators Update, and this will be the possibility of grouping them in folders several “live titles” so users can have this much neater.
Although for the moment this feature has only started to be tested internally, the company has published a gif that shows us how these new folders work.
Gif folders start menu Windows 10 Creators Update
We recall that this feature is not going to allow anchoring folders on your hard disk to start menu , but it only allow, at least for now, grouped into folders two or more “lite tiles” of Windows 10, which is useful for those That use Universal Apps on their computers, but irrelevant for those who have their home menu picked up by not making use of these applications.
This new feature, which is also available in Windows 10 Mobile, reach all Insider Windows 10 users in the first compilation January 2017 , though, if we find the latest build filtered, we can test unofficially prematurely .
Little by little you will see the news that will come with Windows 10 Creators Update
As we have been seeing for some time, Windows 10 Creators Update is going to be an update especially thought about the customization of the operating system and focused on graphic design (hence the name).
Although one of the most important developments has been the launch of the new 3D Paint, this new version of the operating system will include default a number of other tools, such as the “Blue Light Reduction” and the countless improvements that are receiving Edge, The Microsoft browser, Windows Defender and Cortana.
January will be the definitive month for Windows 10 Creators Update. From then on, the company will begin to focus on finding fault in order to offer users the best possible launch at the end of March 2017 (provisional date without confirmation) and also start with the development of Redstone 3, next update planned for autumn 2017.
What do you think of this new feature of Windows 10 Creators Update?