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Starting with version 1903, Windows 10 is adding an acrylic effect, part of Fluent Design, to the sign-in background.
The translucent texture helps you focus on the login task by moving the actionable controls up in the visual hierarchy while disable the system transparency effects to remove the effect from the Sign-in screen.
For instance, you’ll find a new way to finish the Windows setup and quickly access some of the most frequently used settings.
Inspired by the Microsoft account homepage, the Settings home page now has a header allowing you to take quick actions for things like signing in and managing your Microsoft account.
(In the past, this action will result in an error.)If you use the new clipboard experience on Windows 10, beginning with this new version, the interface is getting updates to optimize the design for text snippets making each entry smaller to see more content.
Starting with Windows 10 version 1903, there’s a new system light theme that brings lighter colors for the Start menu, Action Center, taskbar, touch keyboard, and other elements that didn’t have a true light color scheme when switching from the dark to light system theme.
If you use a Microsoft account linked with your phone number, you can now use an SMS code to sign-in, and continue setting up your account without the need of a password.
Starting with this new version, Action Center adds a new slider to quickly adjust the brightness of the screen using any level, instead of the button that only allows you to select between four levels of brightness.rearrange, add, and remove buttons without having to open the Settings app.
(If you need to add or remove buttons, right-click a button, select Edit, and then click the unpin button or click the Add button add more buttons.)Also, Action Center now introduces a shadow effect to match the shadow seen along the borders of other taskbar flyouts.
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