Screen shots of a new, unnamed build of Windows 10 for Phones reveal a new task switching display that appears to group apps together in groups of 4, making more viewable with less swiping compared to the current Windows Phone Multitasking screen.
The screen shot, from WindowsMania.pl means Windows 10 for Phones, expected for consumer release in the summer, should allow more than the current 8 “open” apps to be saved in the background.
There are various screen shots on the Polish Windows blog/forum, showing new layout for date and time settings. Also we get to see editing options for email messages, giving font options similar to what would be available on a desktop email client. You can also see the resizable and movable virtual keyboard.
Take a look at WindowsMania for the rest of the screen shots HERE.