In a new Windows Insider podcast published on YouTube, Microsoft demoed the redesigned Task Manager using rounded corners, left navigation pane, mica material, new iconography, and teased support accent colors. The accent color in Task Manager means that when you change system colors, it will also apply to navigation items and settings, and in the “Processes” tab, you’ll see the accent color across the resource usage indicators instead of the traditional yellow color scheme. The accent color works for Task Manager’s light and dark color modes. In addition to this update, the app is also getting new shortcuts to help users navigate the tabs and perform actions with the keyboard. While the redesigned tool is planned for version 22H2, the company is expected to roll out this new colorful support in the coming days to testers. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.