Microsoft unveiled a new Start Menu design by accidentally releasing an internal-only version of Windows 10 to testers. This software giant has deployed Windows 10 Build 18947 for internal Xbox development to Windows Insider testers using 32-bit devices. It is an internal-only build made by the company's Canary branch office, but Microsoft has posted it to all Windows 10 testers, including release preview, fast ringtone, or slow ringtone test.
Thankfully it was released in 32 bit. The bit system is not widely used, but it is a mistake in Microsoft's Windows 10 testing effort. This internal build has a new Start menu design, which is in the early stages of testing without Microsoft's Live Tiles. Although Microsoft is conducting internal testing on Windows Lite, it is not clear if Windows 10 will always drop Live Tiles completely on the Start menu. This new build includes a GIF search tool in the Emoticon Picker for Windows 10.
This is not the first time Microsoft has made this mistake. In 2017, the company released an internal version of Windows 10 for PC and mobile, and some devices have begun a reboot loop. Microsoft quickly spotted mistakes and affected Windows 10 users with a device recovery tool.
Microsoft's Windows Insider Senior Dona Sarkar says the company is investigating for this latest issue. We contacted Microsoft to get more feedback. We will update accordingly.
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