Microsoft is already testing widgets for the Windows 10 operating system implemented using the Microsoft Edge browser. However, now it became known that more complete and deeply integrated widgets may appear in the OS.
According to authoritative network tipster WalkingCat, Microsoft is working on widgets that can be brought to the front by swiping from the edge of the screen, much like the Miracle Panel in Windows 8. Other non-touch methods of displaying widgets are also expected.
If the rumors turn out to be true, it could mean that Microsoft has begun to pay more attention to the tablet mode in Windows 10, which it has seriously neglected until now.
There are quite a few reliable leaks in the WalkingCat arsenal. He reported long before the announcement of such new products as, for example, the bean headphones Samsung Galaxy Buds Live, the Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 5G laptop, Intel Tiger Lake mobile processors. But most often WalkingCat gives out information in one way or another related to Microsoft.