I hate that a lot of settings in Windows 10 are gone due to a redesign, only to be added again later. I still miss the features because Microsoft decided the Windows 7 Control Panel is outdated.
Spotlight wallpapers can make money, because that’s what more people end up on Bing and more people get stuck in the Microsoft ecosystem. Moreover, it is not a bad idea to equal the lock screen and wallpaper, enough people want this feature.
Describing the old stuff, with potential incompatibility issues with larger companies and third-party software, doesn’t do much for the company.
I agree, there is a lot to rewrite. As far as I’m concerned, Microsoft is going to go through all the Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 menus at once and extend these new menus to Windows 11. They can also make their own apps and Windows windows consistent with their own design (Keep 10 Microsoft Windows 11 apps alongside Side, all have a different structure of menus and buttons, even for the basics.
But don’t let them take anything just to take something away. They have already removed enough, first let them return the taskbar to the basic features of Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP/2000/98/95.
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