Feedback Hub supports Dark Mode in latest Windows 10 build
Windows 10 build 14931 is here and introduces a few app updates and improvements. One of the apps receiving an update with the latest Windows 10 build is perhaps the most important one for Insiders: the Feedback Hub.
Feedback Hub now supports Dark Mode just like many other Windows 10 apps. And from now on, the detail page of posts will show the name of the original author. When installing the new Windows 10 build and the new update for the Feedback Hub, the version number will be changed to 1.1608.2441.0.
“With this update of Feedback Hub app we are excited to announce a change that has been highly anticipated by many of you: Dark mode for Feedback Hub.”
“In addition to other general bug fixes and stability improvements in this version of the app, we also made the change to show original author in the details page for that feedback”
Dark Mode is apparently very popular in Windows 10 with more and more apps and features supporting it. You probably already know that Microsoft introduced it with the Anniversary Update, but some apps have yet to receive support for it. The update also brings Dark Mode support to Windows 10’s Maps app.
Unlike other apps, the Feedback Hub doesn’t copy theme settings from the system, so you’ll have to set Dark Mode separately. To do so, go to Settings, and choose Dark under the Mode tab.
What do you think about the Feedback Hub’s new Dark Mode? Does it make the interface any better? Tell us in the comments below.
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