Yesterday, we posted about small UI tweaks Microsoft has introduced in the Windows 10 Build 10036. One of our reader pointed out to another important change which we didn’t notice. In Windows 8, when you right click taskbar, the following context menu will appear. When you do the same operation either using mouse or touch, the same menu will appear.
In Windows 10 Build 10036, when you Right click using mouse, the following design of context menu will appear.
When you use touch, the following design of context menu will appear.
As you can see in the image above, Microsoft has optimized context menus depending on the mode of input.
Thanks tofor the heads up!