Report: Microsoft Is Changing Charms Bar Functionality For Desktop Users In Windows Threshold

Windows Charms Bar

Yesterday, we reported about the virtual desktops feature coming in Windows 9 codenamed Threshold. Today, Neowin reported some more information regarding change to how Charms bar works in the upcoming Windows release. Here is the summary of the report from Neowin,

  • Charms bar will work differently for Desktop and Modern environment users.
  • Charms bar won’t exist in the current form for desktop users where they are required to move the mouse to right edge of the screen for the menu to appear.
  • Charms bar might become app centric where it might appear within the windowed Modern apps for desktop users.
  • Modern apps will be opened in windowed mode from desktop and this will allow Microsoft to remove the charms bar on the right.

Read more about it from the link below.

Source: Neowin

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