The new setup screen for Windows 10 will ask users what they will use the PC for. The larger bucket of use cases mentioned include Gaming, Family, Creativity, Schoolwork, Entertainment and Business.
Microsoft has released the preview for its Windows Insider program.
After testing it with Windows Insider Programme for about a month, Microsoft is now rolling this feature to all its users.
Microsoft hasn’t really touched or tweaked the Windows 10 core apps icons since the operating system debuted in 2015.
As of now, only the latest Windows 10 Insider Build has got the redesigned icons.
The update to one of the world's most used operating systems is expected to roll out by early 2020.
The 'Cloud download' feature in Windows 10 is reportedly being tested among a select few Windows Insiders, and may prove to be particularly helpful.
A fact that Microsoft was adamant all along that an automatically updating OS is better for all of us, the damage of the broken Windows 10 update is much wider than it otherwise might have been.