Windows 10 build 10558 features improved Start context menu

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Microsoft has made a minor, yet awesome, improvement to the Start Menu in Windows 10 build 10558, which leaked onto the internet earlier today. When you right click on a tile, you will be greeted with a cool new context menu.
This isn't a jaw dropping feature, but for consumers who are new to Windows 10 and are not sure what a "wide" tile or "medium" tile looks like, the new context menu will provide a small example next to the tile size name.
Overall, the context menu is now better organized, as you can see from the image above. Microsoft is working to give these context menus a consistent look throughout the operating system, but there are still areas that need work. For example, right clicking on the desktop still opens the old light-colored context menu.
Stay tuned for more Windows 10 news coverage.

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