According to experts from best tech news sites and tech university, Windows 10 will soon offer tab features for applications. Other sources also said that Microsoft is now working seriously and testing the user experience with this new feature, turn it into a new technology trend.
Recently, when MacOS released the Sierra 10.12.4 update with some bug fixes and added night mode to the user. Microsoft also does not seem to want to go back and forth. They have immediately launched Windows 10 Creators Update with support for gamers and especially fixes 100% disk error.
But not stop there, the company recently announced a feature that will soon appear on Windows 10. It seems that this feature will be a huge step not only with the Windows operating system but also will be A promising feature in the future for operating systems on the computer.
According to Microsoft experts, Windows 10 will soon offer Tabbed Shell for applications. Other sources also said that Microsoft is now working seriously and testing the user experience with this new feature. If all the tests go smoothly and no major errors occur, we can expect this feature to appear on Redstone 3 or Redstone 4 updates.
So what exactly is the Extended Tab feature in applications? This feature allows applications to open multiple tabs like internet browsers. Now instead of having to use the cursor and Alt + Tab to switch between files opened by the same application, you can see the file information right in the application toolbar and Easily switch between them.
Examples provided with this feature to enhance the user experience include: When you are editing a document on Word 2016, you can easily open a new tab to access a new one or other files from Word 2016 and easily copy content from the new file to the main document you are working on.
Many experts say that this is an important feature that has long been expected on windows, though others have expressed reservations. As far as the rest of the group is concerned, Windows is inherently non-stable, and this new feature may even make the app overload.
It’s clear that application developers will have to carefully design their app as well as fine-tune their performance to make sure user experience will not be worsen. Another issue that writers think about is the use of multiple tabs in the application can also confuse users.
New features in Windows 10 are said to work with a wide variety of applications including Classic Win32 applications, Windows platforms, and even Win32 applications on Windows Store.
More likely, Microsoft will launch this feature in the upcoming Build 2017 press conference next month, when we will have a closer look at the new features that will be available on Windows 10 Redstone 3 updates. Extensions tab feature will be a big change in the Windows user experience, and perhaps it deserves to wait.