Start Menu receives the effect of transparency from Windows 10

Be numbered build 10031The latest version Windows 10 "Unofficially slipped" on the Internet has brought to light Project SpartanWeb browser designed from scratch to replace Internet Explorer. Instead, we have some changes less important, but worth mentioning. Abandoned in favor Windows 8 and substituted with a Home screen displayed over the entire display, Start Menu returns to Windows 10, adapted to the interface Modern UI and more attractive than ever. Going to the fineshell chapter, Start Menu is now rendered with a transparent effect, applied subtly only for the background, not the application icons.


Similarly, tiles sites displayed on devices with system Windows Phone now shows the effect of transparency. In terms of platform PCIt should be noted that so far the effects of transparency are limited to Start MenuAnd not applications or windows taskbar. Interface Windows 10 seems still far from its final form, sections of great importance as new application Settings (Substitute for control Panel).


One possible explanation for this could be that other changes are reserved for future build sites, microsoft needing more time to resolve certain problems. Meanwhile, here's how it looks unofficial version Project Spartan, Exposed in a video presentation unofficial.

Start Menu receives the effect of transparency from Windows 10

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