Microsoft has announced that the second update of Windows 10, the Anniversary Update, is going to be available on August 2. While the update is not available yet, there are rumors that the update will be based on Windows 10 build 14393, which is available for the participants of the Windows Insider program.
Meanwhile, I have updated 7+ Taskbar Tweaker to be compatible with Windows 10 build 14390. There’s an alpha version available, which is functional, but not complete: some of the options still don’t work properly with the new build. Also, the alpha version might work for Windows 10 build 14393, but it wasn’t tested. Those of you who have donated can get the alpha version here (the link was removed).
Alpha version changelog
- v184.108.40.206 (August 6): Implemented the
Display seconds on the tray clockoption, fixed the
Hide the Start buttonoption for 64-bit.
- v220.127.116.11 (August 13): Fixed the
Combine grouped buttonsoption, fixed labels showing up for grouped buttons with the
Don't combine grouped buttonsoption.
- v18.104.22.168 (August 19): Improved the combining options, implemented the
tray_icons_paddingadvanced option for Windows 10, other fixes.
Update (September 1): The first public beta version is available! Get it here.
Update (September 9): Windows 10 Anniversary Update is fully supported by 7+ Taskbar Tweaker.