- A designer reimagined a new feature for Windows 10 that could benefit from the double screens of Microsoft Surface Duo.
- Microsoft released another concept for the future Start Menu in Windows 10.
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Microsoft Surface Duo created an expected hype around it because of the dual-screen design.
Syncing with the Your Phone app is just the tip of the iceberg for the new device but the main attraction is its multiple screen modes.
So it’s obvious that the whole concept of having a multiple screen device is to harness its full potential from these displays.
How could Windows 10 benefit from multiple screens?
A famous designer for Windows UI elements reimagined a new feature for Windows 10 that could benefit from the double screens of Microsoft Surface Duo.
Vastglad designed a new conceptual menu button with 5 functionalities for a program window.
The first would pin the window on top, the second would maximize the window on both screens while the next 2 would move the window on the left or right screen.
The last option imagines switching only that window to Dark Mode. The new functionality was immediately praised in comments but it didn’t receive any reaction from Microsoft.
How could the new Windows 10 Start Menu look in the future?
Another concept, this time directly from Microsoft, comes from a YouTube video presenting a concept for new Windows 10 icons.
The concept from Microsoft is presenting some awesome new icons based on the fluent design:
Our mission was to create a beautiful, moving, coherent icon system, and each discipline added its expertise to the process. The resulting One Microsoft icon design language is unique to Microsoft and reflects our brand personality.
The even more attractive thing comes from a 2 seconds part showing a conceptual new Start Menu. The live tiles have 3D features and are highlighted by a colorful and luminous edge around them.
In a few words, this new Start Menu looks dreamy but there is very little chance that we will see these new graphic features any time soon.
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