Asked questions in Windows Central, live tiles that are available in menus or in the Windows 10 splash screen may die.
This feature, which appeared on Windows Phone 8 on Windows Phone 7, and which displays contextual information without opening this application, has not been updated in Windows 10 for a long time.
Microsoft does a little bit of code cleanup for Windows 10 by periodically blaming elements and stopping or eliminating development efforts. This year, the victim can become my character. But live tiles …
Obviously, these dynamic thumbnails will be better suited for touch and mobile environments, and Microsoft has not surrendered but has changed somewhat. Nevertheless, speculation in Windows Central is supported by Windows Lite and the case of internal sources.
There is no live tile if your Chromebook is a simplified version of Windows 10 that is aimed at the market that only occupies the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) and the Progressive Web App (PWA).