Next week, a senior Microsoft employee discussed "something exciting" for Windows. Claton Hendricks, who is a Microsoft program manager for the Windows Fundamentals division, shared the following on their Twitter account:
Next week, we will have a great time!
The task manager on Windows 11 was no longer a redesign as it was based on the Windows 10 style. However, it may be attempting to make the Task Manager more Windows 11-like.
The company has since added rounded corners to the tool, a whole bunch of accent colors for more customization, and the dark mode. All this visual treatment is designed to make the Task Manager more touchable.
Task Manager has added additional features, including some features like the new live kernel dump option.