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Microsoft releases Windows 10 October 2020 Update with new Start menu

American company Microsoft prepared a new update for the Windows 10 October 2020 Update, better known as Windows 10 20H2, which will soon be available to users for free.

The update consists of improvements and fixes to previous functions that slowed down the computer. The developers also promise changes in the security section. For example, Windows 10 20H2 redesigned biometric logon algorithms through Windows Hello, which recognizes a user by face or fingerprints.

Among other things, Windows 10 20H2 brings a redesigned and more modern Start menu. The colored substrates under the icons in the Start menu and in the menu of installed applications have been replaced by a monochrome and partially transparent background. The developers have also added a new tabbed tool to the proprietary Edge browser. You can now use the Alt + Tab keyboard shortcut to list all open tabs in the browser. If you want to return to using the default settings for the keyboard shortcut, you can do this in the System menu of the Settings application.

Windows 10 20H2 brings other changes and stability improvements to the OS, many of which are aimed at improving the stability of the software platform. Since there are so many computers with Windows 10, the automatic update will be carried out gradually to avoid overloading the server.

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