Windows 11, will dark mode be only partial when launching? – GinjFo

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Windows 11, will dark mode be only partial when launching?  - GinjFo

Windows It will begin its deployment in a few weeks. It is heralded as one of the most significant redesigns of Microsoft’s modern operating system. It will introduce improvements, new features and notable changes to the user interface.

On the other hand, all is not finished. As highlighted by comments on the Feedback Hub Microsoft still has work ahead of it. For example, dark mode is not 100% operational. Clearly some parts of the OS are not yet compatible so that we have a mixed approach. It leaves a weird feeling, an impression of a product still in development. We have the feeling that the OS offers improvements in some areas to the detriment of others. This situation is problematic because it is quickly noticed during daily use.

Several users have turned to Feedback Hub to discuss this partial dark mode. It appears that many are hoping that Microsoft will focus more on harmonizing the visual styles available. Sadly as its release nears, Dark Mode is unlikely to be the target of any significant change. You will probably have to wait until a next feature update. It should take place next year in 2022.

  

Windows 11, the first meeting is set for October 5.

Waiting for, Windows It will begin its deployment in a few weeks. The kick-off is scheduled for October 5. He will be shy at first knowing that Microsoft wants to move forward cautiously. An acceleration should take place at the beginning of the year knowing that the goal is to offer the free update to all eligible computers by then mid-2022.

At the same time, Microsoft is relying heavily on its new interface inspired by that of Windows 10X. It includes, for example, a centering of the icons on the taskbar and a simplified start menu without dynamic thumbnails.

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