Recently, Microsoft introduced a ‘Dark Mode’ in Windows 10, and now, it however seems the company is about to review that as we are now looking at a new ‘Light Theme’ in the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview.
That’s right, the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18282 will bring a ‘Light Mode’ to Windows 10, and from the looks of it, it looks pretty nice. Though not, a huge fan of Windows 10’s Dark mode, but I am really happy to check this out.
Although the screenshots on Windows blog post failed to reveal much, you can clearly see things like the light-colored menu and background elements. Even the Taskbar and Start Menu have been updated to reflect the changes with a frosted look.
How To Select It
Once updated, you can pick the light theme by going to Settings > Personalization > Colors. Doing so will change the color scheme, and it will apply a semi-transparent white theme across the taskbar, Start menu, Action Center, touch keyboard, and more.
As the part of the new theme, Microsoft has also added a new default wallpapers, which is an iteration of the existing Dark Blue default wallpaper on the Windows 10.
In addition to the new light theme, the Insider Preview also brings updates to the Windows snipping tool, printing experience, and a whole lot bug fixes.