The company continues to improve Windows 11
Leakage of information about new features of the Windows 11 operating system continues. A couple of days ago we learned about a new feature called “stickers” and tablet mode. In addition, there are details about improvements to the taskbar and a new tooltip in the settings for those who work on unsupported PCs.
Now it has become known about the upcoming changes related to the task manager. A Twitter user and a FireCube insider noticed in the recent Dev Channel Build 22543 that Microsoft is adding more options to the Task Manager.
New sections appeared on the home page of the Task Manager: “Application Status” and “Battery Status”. Additional parameters related to the applications that are launched can also be added. However, based on comments from Microsoft developers, these designs are not final and are subject to change.
This is not the only recent Task Manager related leak. Earlier in build 22538, evidence was found that Microsoft is working on a new, redesigned Task Manager for Windows 11.