Latest Windows 10 update breaks Action Center for Tablet users
Many users reported several Action center issues in Tablet Mode after installing Windows 10 v1903.
One user asked if the known issues persisted after the newest update:
Wait, the bug with the Action Center transparency effects is still present?!
Well, the answer is yes. The Action Center transparency was affected before, but now Windows v1903 not only didn’t solve the issue, but is adding other bugs on top of it.
Here’s what one user mentions in the answer to the question above:
Yep, and there’s new bugs with animations too, such as when you open search. The window opens, then the shadow/highlighting around it pops in.
So, the animations are also affected now, making the Action Center basically useless.
Another user offers more details about the several issues he encountered after installing the Windows 10 v1903 Update:
The “Restarting” screen also now appears without an animation, it just pops up out of nowhere. On v1809, there was a slight fading/transition animation that made it feel smoother.
The general conclusion is that the new Action Center in Tablet Mode is worse than the one from the previous version of Windows 10. This is why some users might choose to return to Windows 10 v1809.
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