In Window 10 Microsoft has opted to use a rather dark gray background color for disabled buttons. Other disabled UI elements still use the light gray old pre Windows 10 disabled color. To me disabled buttons now stand out way to much in dialogs stealing my focus away from enabled UI elements. And the text on disabled buttons are now much harder to read.
But are there any usability improvements or other advantage behind this change?
And is it a good idea to revert to the old color for disabled buttons in our Windows only desktop application? Or do I just bite the bullet and accept what I see as a lower usability of our application when running on Windows 10.