A short throw in to all Windows 10 users who use dark mode and are still waiting for Windows Search to roll out: Due to the recent Windows Search colleagues report in a new article, Microsoft has apparently started rolling it out more than a year after Search started the stable version. However, not all versions of Windows 10 will get the new look.
According to the latest tests conducted by colleagues, dark mode is distributed to all devices using Windows 10 version 2004 or later. In addition, as always, it is an intermittent roll out that does not reach everyone immediately and is activated only gradually for everyone. Plus, everything is a server-side update and doesn’t have any design elements from Windows 11 like rounded corners.
In general, you can see that the predecessor is still being studied with some innovations despite the release of Windows 11 a good month ago. Windows 10 has already benefited from the launch of Microsoft Start, which can be found here in News & Interests, and the following innovations such as the new Microsoft Store and the upcoming version 21H2 of Windows 10 are already being tested by Windows Insiders.
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