Windows 11: Microsoft is planning superfluous innovation

Deepak Gupta January 20, 2022
Updated 2022/01/20 at 9:09 AM

In October 2021 Microsoft released with windows 11 its latest operating system. The group received some criticism from the community. He was sometimes accused of not having let the beta test run long enough. The lack of customization options for the start menu and the taskbar of the new Windows version is also not well received by users. Mircosoft but seems to see the focus more on other places.

Windows 11 soon with a new task manager

In and of itself, the developers of the US group have enough construction sites open to let off steam. The design of the task manager is not one of those that are badly needed. Nevertheless, Microsoft is apparently currently working on beautifying the appearance of the process and resource display in the program. This sometimes emerges from a tweet by the leaker FireCube.

“Fluent Design Task Manager in the latest Windows 11 build.
It’s hidden and mostly broken, but it confirms that Microsoft is working on redesigning Task Manager.”

@FireCubeStudios (via Twitter)

The Twitter user even reveals how to enable the new task manager in your own Insider version of Windows 11. According to him, all you have to do is enter the following commands in the dev build’s ViVeTool:

  • vivetool addconfig 35908098 2
  • vivetool addconfig 37204171 2
  • vivetool addconfig 36898195 2
  • vivetool addconfig 36898195 2

New operating system with problems

As already mentioned, the community and developers are currently still struggling with some open construction sites. We have already summarized five main reasons against Windows 11 for you in the past. It is unclear what prompted Microsoft to initially make design adjustments such as that of the task manager.

Source: Twitter/@FireCubeStudios

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