Microsoft shakes up Groove Music interface in latest Windows 10 Insider updates

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Earlier in the week, Microsoft refreshed the look of Movies & TV for some Insiders by way of an app update. Yesterday, the company was at it again and released an app update for some Windows Insiders which slightly tweaked the interface in the Groove Music app on Windows 10.

Though the update is not rolling out to everyone, it does bring some changes to the way that some tabs previously appeared. The update combines the Artist, Album, and Song side tabs into one “My Music” tab, which now includes top tabs for navigation between the three sections. According to MSPU, other changes include the fact that “Your Groove” is no longer an option in the hamburger menu, replaced by a “Recommended” section instead.

Groove Music new interface (image via MSPU)
Groove Music new interface (image via MSPU)

This latest update comes as Microsoft released an update for Groove Music on Andriod which introduced the ability to share playlists. As the Creators Update comes closer, it’s interesting to see the Redmond giant work on improving Groove Music. As always, let us know if you’ve received this latest update by dropping us a comment below!