Microsoft releases Windows Feature Experience Pack which allows you to change the Windows 10 UI
There have been rumors earlier that Microsoft may separate the Windows 10 interface from the system so that the interface can release new version updates directly through the Microsoft Store. Now it looks like Microsoft has started to do this. Walking Cat said that Microsoft has started to provide independent interface updates to the beta.
Much of the content in Windows 10 is released with major version updates, for example, the user interface can only be adjusted each time a new version is released. However, Microsoft is preparing to separate the user interface from Windows Core OS, which is the basis for all versions of development. The separated Windows 10 is actually somewhat similar to modular software. Different development teams are responsible for different content selection and different content delivery methods. The user interface part seems to be the latest separated content because a separate interface is already available in Windows 10 Build 19536.
The most direct advantage of separating the user interface is that you can adjust the user interface at any time, such as adjusting settings, the taskbar, or the start menu. Walking Cat found that a new application called Windows Feature Experience Pack is currently available in the Microsoft Store. This application is actually the Windows 10 UI interface. The version number of the app is also completely different from the version number of Windows 10. This can also be regarded as the first update released by Microsoft after separating the user interface components. However, Microsoft has not disclosed the relevant content, so whether it is accurate may require us to continue to observe in subsequent beta versions.