Future Windows 10 Builds to Refresh the UI and Add new Icons
Windows 10 is already out in the wild, but this doesn’t mean that Microsoft will stop delivering builds. As a matter of fact, rumor has it that future version will bring some cosmetic changes to Windows 10.
Windows 10 is expected to witness a major update in November, and this upgrade is said to be the biggest since the July launch. According to online reports, it seems that the new version will mainly focus on optimizations and fixing bugs but it will also polish the user interface.
Among the changes, some of the most important is the addition of open/close animations for Store apps. Animations are present in Windows 10 only for opening and closing x86 apps, so the new version is going to bring the functionality to apps originating from the Windows Store, as well.
New icons and refreshed UI in Windows 10
A plethora of new icons is said to be present, as well, as Redmond is looking to replace the current ones with some that have a more modern aspect. The size of menus and other minor details will be deployed, as well. Furthermore, it seems that the context menus in Windows 10 are slightly more grey.
These are indeed some small changes that are coming, but they are often quite important for the overall feel that users are getting. After looking at the above pictures, what’s your take on these new icons? Leave your comment below and let us know.
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