After the Beta version test of the past few weeks, Microsoft Launcher has a stable version of 4.9, although it is not a major update, but it has also brought a lot of improvements. For example, optimizing Home Screen import logic, migrating from other similar applications from a technical point of view becomes smoother, because all data will be more efficient in importing.
In addition, this version also provides many ways of organization that consumers crave, such as supporting alphabetic sort in folders. Although this is a more conventional function, it was previously absent.
Next is the ability to display the names of applications and folders in Dock, which has always been missing because of the functions that should have existed. The above two functions can improve usability, but the new version is not much adjusted in terms of personalization.
In addition, the new version of Microsoft Launcher also includes two new gestures. Users can make personalized adjustments by pressing the Home button on the main screen to open application drawers, extension notifications, or fast access, lock screens, or voice assistants.