One of the highlighted features in Windows 10 operating system was the Game Bar. Windows 10’s Game Bar is a built-in-tool for recording videos of games and lets you upload the video to YouTube and share it with your friends.
Microsoft is testing a new version of Game Bar that takes advantage of the Universal Windows Platform (UWP). Some early code hidden in Windows 10 Redstone 4 Buil 17046 allows users to access the new Game Bar.
With the Windows 10 Redstone 4 update, Microsoft is adding Fluent Design acrylic blur to the game bar. Yet another noticeable change is the ability to enable both light and dark modes. The other changes include:
- Shortcuts to Xbox Live and Mixer profiles.
- A new clock has been added to the left side of the screen.
- New animations.
- A simpler Gamertag readout replaces the Xbox Live avatar bubble.
- New toggle buttons such as capture audio and video.