Live Tiles are an essential part of the Windows user experience and it appears that Microsoft is set to improve them in a big way. Over the years, the company has made several updates to make Live Tiles more useable but the next update might be the biggest yet for this feature. Given the fact that Windows 10 was intended to arrive with interactive Live Tiles but didn’t it’s likely that interactive Live Tiles might finally be ready for Windows 10.
At its Build conference next week, Microsoft is hosting a session called “What’s New for Tiles and Toast Notifications.” The session description hints that Live Tiles are going to get a big update.
“Live Tiles are evolving with two highly-requested surprises that you won’t want to miss,” it reads, raising the possibility that interactive Live Tiles for Windows 10 might finally be on the cards.
Microsoft is going to unveil its plans for improving Windows 10 further at the Build conference, it’s one that many will look forward to as the company is expected to outline some big new features for the OS.
It’s unclear when Microsoft is going to start sending out these new features for machines powered by Windows 10 but we’ll certainly have to wait until Build to find out for sure.