Only a tiny percentage of Windows users also use Windows Mixed Reality, which probably explains why Microsoft has not been making a big deal about the upgrades they have been making to the Windows Mixed Reality subsystem in Windows 10 in the latest Windows Insider Builds.
Microsoft MVP Ian Dixon from The Digital LifeStyle has however noticed and have posted some pictures showing the improvements.
The dramatic changes are visible right from the get-go when you log into the portal, where (above) you can now see recommended games and apps from SteamVR and Mixed Reality. This is presumably to promote engagement and fight boredom with VR once the novelty wears off.
Next is the new Start Menu which I am sure our readers will agree is a lot more attractive. Cards are now curved and there is more space for apps.
There are also now a new Pick Up windows button that brings up a new app resize/move tool (above) which brings up a new halo around the app window, making it easier to resize and move.
The changes are present in the latest Windows 10 19H1 Insider build (18305) and should hit the mainstream some time towards the end of the first half of 2019.