Could you please explain what you are showing? Or are you as confused as I?
Or at least make Metro apps slide up when the task bar appears. Would have been a nice effect if it did that (similar to the way notification center on OS X appears. it slides the desktop)
For me, I will be waiting for the official release through Windows Update. As finicky as Microsoft is I am sure they will be tweaking it and changing little things right up to the very last moment and I would really hate to go through all this a second time.
I'm inclined to post some pics of my wedding, seems all anarchy has broken loose in this thread What were we talking about again?
So, I installed the leaked KB's on my Surface Pro
This only works with Mouse, not touch
When you are in an app or at the start screen, bring the mouse to the bottom of the screen and it will unhide
the taskbar and you can switch apps, I like it, but have not found out how to make it not autohide
it hides by default
Also, touch the top of of the screen when you are in an app (mouse only), and a drop down will appear with an X Out and Minimize button the right
on the left is an icon with a right click menu for docking half screen etc and close.
Double click this icon will close the app
However, apps still stay resident in memory...
I think I may be missing part of this update though
Right clicking a tile on the start menu doesn't really do anything, just selects it with a check mark
But no menu's or anything.
I will be reloading my Surface Pro from scratch and install the official release when it is available though.
Just wanted to see what this was all about.
Not sure how much more stuff I actually got from the leaked stuff, I kinda grabbed it late.
No big deal, I can wait and see the Official RTM when it's available.
Oh, I did get the power options and search icon and other stuff on the start screen
Also got the Show more icons for the App Start Screen. That was a nice addition.
They would be changing/skewing the resolution of apps by making the taskbar take that space.
Not a good idea in my opinion, and honestly, I like how it hides. I don't need to see it 100% of the time.
Also, sliding up the desktop or app, personally I would find extremely annoying.
Especially if it hides the top part of the window that I would like to see if I was working on something and
using Peak to look at other stuff. In other words, imo, it's a waste of resources for a useless visual effect.