Microsoft is testing new UI changes for the Windows 11 taskbar alongside widgets


US tech giant Microsoft has started experimenting with new user interface changes to the Windows 11 taskbar, bringing back the usual Windows 10 search bar, as well as notification badges for the Widgets part of Windows. 11.

The working system currently comes with a search button that can be disabled on the taskbar and displays only the search mark. Microsoft is currently testing three different visual changes to the Search taskbar, according to The Verge.

One experience is the common search icon, while the other two include a small or massive search bar on the taskbar.

Microsoft is looking for suggestions before the changes are made more widely, and testing is part of Microsoft’s new experimental Windows 11 features, which suggests they may not ship, The Verge is investigating.

After recently bringing back the Climate widget to the Windows 11 taskbar, Microsoft is now testing notification badges.

Notifications are designed for breaking news-like content and look like the badges you’ll find in the Motion Center on the right side of the taskbar.

Other than that, Home Windows Insiders on Dev Channel will have the opportunity to start testing a brand new digital camera app for Windows 11. The design has been updated to fit Windows 11 and now contains help to QR and barcode scanning, in agreement with The Verge.

(Only the title of this report and should have been edited by official Enterprise Commonplace employees; the rest of the content was routinely generated from a collaborative post.)

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