Despite Microsoft making huge efforts on every new update to improve the visual look of their OS, not everybody likes the changes to the UI.
Admittedly, Windows 10 has come a long way from the ugly, clunky, visual aspect from the beginning. But users want more. More customization, a cleaner UI, nicer colors, and more features.
Some of the Metro UI used by Windows in the past can still be found in Volume Control/Media player overlay, Brightness control, Airplane mode overlay, Ease of Access Context Menu on the lockscreen.
With that in mind, ADeltaX created a fresh new look for the old Metro UI Volume/Media controller.
The hype surrounding this is real and Windows 10 users have been waiting for this kind of changes for some time now, but sadly they still come from third-party developers and not from Microsoft.
Here’s what some excited users are saying:
The prophecy is true after all. Our savior did come back. What’s the easiest way to get notified when this is available to download?
There’s no official release date as of yet, but the developer hinted that the package will be available soon on GitHub:
It’s a working PoC, needs some cleaning, code and design wise. Soon™ source on GitHub.
If you’re interested in this package, keep an eye on this article as we will update you when it will be officially released. Until then, check the links below to find out other ways to improve your Windows 10‘s look.
Would you use this UI package? Leave your answer along with any other questions in the comments section below and we’ll be sure to continue the talk.
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