Microsoft is planning a “complete visual revamp of Windows” designed to signal to users of the operating system “Windows is BACK”. This is according to Action list Posted by Microsoft recently, to announce the role of Software Engineering in the Windows Core User Experiences Team:
“In this team, you will work with our key partners, Surface, and OEM partners to organize and deliver a comprehensive visual revamp of Windows experiences to signal to our customers that Windows is BACK and to ensure that Windows is the best OS user experience for customers.”
Microsoft quietly removed references to this “sweeping visual rejuvenation” this morning, after many Windows enthusiasts Foreman Job listing during the weekend. While Microsoft has been promising visual fixes for Windows 10 for years, thanks Fluent design system, Rumors indicate that the company is planning big changes to the user interface for Windows that will debut later this year.
Sun Valley codename, Windows Central I mentioned it first On this UI back in October. Microsoft plans to overhaul the Start menu, File Explorer, and built-in apps in Windows 10 to update it and make the user interface more consistent. Some UI changes will also be made Includes updates To scroll bars, buttons, and controls in Windows and applications running on the operating system.
Microsoft is also improving the tablet mode experience, particularly how devices like the company’s Surface Line switch between mouse / trackpad usage and touch-based interactions.
Microsoft has been improving its UI consistency across Windows in recent years, and it will be a lot of that Found in Windows 10x. The company started, too New Windows 10 icons Almost a year ago, some followed Minor adjustments to the Start menu Several months later.
All of the work comes as Microsoft indicated the existence of the Renewed interest in Windows. Surface Panos Panay president took the extra role of sponsoring Windows again in October, then earlier Bringing about some additional changes to the Windows 10 UI last year. distance Jump into using Windows Given the pandemic, it appears Microsoft may be more willing than ever to give its OS the UI polish it has been promising for years.
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