The most recent Windows 10 preview build for users enrolled in the Windows Insider program comes with a new option within the power menu on the Start menu.
Beginning with build 21359, users can restart apps after logging into websites by simply choosing the dedicated option in this regard obtainable in the power menu.
The functionality to automatically load the apps currently going after the system reboots has already been there in Windows 10, but Microsoft now wants to turn it into a little bit straightforward by integrating it in to the Start menu.
“We have added a choice underneath the Power menu on the Start menu to restart apps after logging into websites when you reboot your device. When this setting is checked, it toggles the choice under Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options > Restart apps we introduced in 20H1,” the organization explains in the release notes of the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build.
So when is that this feature projected to go live for everybody? Not too soon, as it’s apt to be a part of the Windows 10 21H2 feature update due in the fall.
Next feature update – Windows 10 version 21H1
Meanwhile, Microsoft gets prepared to sign off the Windows 10 version 21H1 feature update projected to visit live for production devices as soon as the next month.
“Based on feedback and learnings during the past year of extensive remote work, learning and play, version 21H1 will be delivered with servicing technology (like that used for the monthly update process and just how 20H2 was delivered). Windows 10, version 21H1 have a scoped set of features improving security, remote access and quality. The features we’re releasing within this update are focused on the core experiences that customers have told us they’re counting on most at this time. So, we optimized this release to aid our customers’ most pressing needs,” Microsoft says.
Windows 10 version 21H1 will therefore be shipped like a quality update to existing devices.