Microsoft Rolling Out Windows 10 October Update, Here Are Some Changes To Expect


Microsoft is beginning to roll out the Windows 10 October 2020 update, formerly known as 20H2, major changes are also expected which include UI changes to the start menu and tablet mode.

Users will now get transparent tiles on the start menu, the taskbar will now also become more user friendly and will change automatically when you go into tablet mode without first asking for permission to do so. Some users actually prefer seeing their taskbar and this update may actually not go well with some users.

Microsoft recently released a new control to allow you to change the refresh rate of your display as part of the Settings menu. Those with high refresh displays will be able to change the refresh rates in settings, under Settings > System > Display, Advanced display settings.

The update may not actually start updating right away as we would expect, “We are throttling availability over the coming weeks to ensure a reliable download experience, so the update may not be offered to you right away,” John Cable, vice president of program management for Windows.

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