I feel like Microsoft hasn't made many UX changes or improvements to the Desktop in the past few releases. It's pretty much stayed the same.
I found one of the most fundemental flaws of the modern Desktop to be how messy it became after a certain while.
Sometime a while back, I found an alternative solution to a messy desktop, which was stardock's "fences".
Stardock's fences is a basic concept, it simply splits your desktop https://xender.vip/ into little labelled sections, so you can have one for work, one for basic desktop stuff etc.
I thought it was a good idea, but unfortunately, the stardock solution isn't baked into the operating system but rather runs like any other program, which means your desktop goes back to being clutter https://nox.tips/ ed if fences closes randomly, or when you boot Windows, fences takes a while to run.
If it was part of Windows, it'd be a genuine improvement to the Desktop experience, and I don't see why it isn't?
I'll submit this to the feedback hub later, but I'm interested in what other people think of this concept? Do you think the Desktop could use this kind of feature, or do you think perhaps this adds a little too much clutter and obstructs the simplicity of a clean desktop? idk - what do you think? It'd be interesting to see what other people think of this concept.