One of the innovations that will come with Sun Valley, the next major version of Windows 10, will be floating menus that are not linked to the taskbar.
A software engineer with the pseudonym TheXamlGuy on Twitter found traces of a new design called ” floating ” in the Windows 10 build for testers, and showed how the new menus would appear on the system .
To be used system wide
Windows 10 ‘s appearance will change to smoother animations and rounded shapes, and app windows and menus will have rounded corners . In the screenshots you can see that the drop-down menu is no longer linked to the taskbar but instead stands separately.
This similar style in the new Windows 10 update, codenamed Sun Valley , scheduled for this fall, will be used everywhere . It is also stated that some elements of this design will appear in the new Windows 10X designed for tablets and low-cost laptops .