Windows 10 new visual redesign teased
Panos Panay, Chief Product Officer at Microsoft for Windows and Devices, posted a teaser video on Instagram showcasing Windows 10’s new design.
Based on the posted teaser, the new UI design strays away from the blocky background on the icons on the start menu.
The tiles on the right have also been redesigned to match the desktop’s theme and appear more modern.
Users will also have more cursor customizability, giving them a slider to adjust cursor height and a wide array of colors to choose from.
The new Windows redesign now allows even more choices for Windows snapping, aside from the traditional split-screen effect.
Other visual changes include the file explorer, which ditched the location bar on top, and a redesigned directory on the left. The folder icon has also been redesigned to be horizontal rather than vertical.
You may watch the teaser video below:
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The team made this video to celebrate making it to 1 billion MAD on Windows 10 and I wanted to share it with all of you. Now at a time when so much of our work and communication is taking place through our devices, it’s especially humbling to know that Windows can help empower a billion people to stay connected to the things and people they care about #Windows