Microsoft is supposed to roll out the new Windows 10 19H1 update to the public in the spring of 2019. While Microsoft has showcased some of the changes, the company is still working behind the scenes to improve Windows for the scheduled rollout.
However, it looks like Microsoft might be bidding goodbye to existing features as well. One such feature is People Bar which will bite the bullet soon. Microsoft announced People Bar or My People back in 2017 and it rolled out with Redstone 3 to the users. While the feature was very useful especially for people who email a lot, Microsoft soon realized that the feature is rather inactive and developers are not taking any interest in using My People. Now Microsoft plans to remove it in the upcoming builds and will completely drop support for My People after the official release in the spring.
However, it’s not all bad news for Windows fans as Microsoft plans to add some nifty features to 19H1 soon. The company will soon allow users to set themes independently for File Explorer so you could have dark system theme but can use the light theme in File Explorer.
Moreover, you will soon be able to create Quick Action in Notification Center for your Microsoft Flow actions which is a cool little feature for Windows 10 users who use Microsoft Flow regularly.
Microsoft will also add a feature similar to TrueTone on iOS devices which will allow you to adjust your screen’s colors based on the lighting of the environment you’re in.
There are plenty of other features that Microsoft plans to add to 19H1 update. However, it will come at a cost of losing some of the less used features. Nevertheless, we are looking forward to what Microsoft has in store for us.