Sun Valley update for Windows 10 will give the system a makeover

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  • The way Windows 10 looks is about to change forever with the new update.
  • Sun Valley brings a whole new visual experience for the users of this OS. 
  • Fluent designs and a brand new take on the dark mode feature are expected. 
  • These changes will take effect, most likely, in the first quarter of 2022.
Sun Valley update for Windows 10

It seems like the long expected change is finally about to happen and users are at the edge of their seats in anticipation of what is to come.

This visual revamp is said to bring Windows operating system into a whole new era, look-wise.

Sun Valley changes the way we see Windows 10

The long sought-after visual overhaul that Windows 10 is about to go through will bring more fluidity and futuristic designs to the way that the OS currently looks.

We’re not only talking about more rounded edges for the windows, but also a floating design for the taskbar jump list menu. There’s further talk about a completely new look for the Start menu.

More changes will apply to the icons we got so used to seeing in SHELL32.dll, many of them unchanged since Windows 95 was released.

The new dark mode that is also set to be released with the Sun Valley update is a big improvement and will surely be well-received by everyone.

The release date for this product hasn’t yet been specified, but we can expect it to drop later this year or early next year.

Here is a more in depth look on the new visual experience prepared by Windows.


All in all, it seems like Windows 10 is going to look very different in the near future. The new fluent and interactive designs planned by Microsoft will surely make the operating system more popular and loved by its users.

Tell us what you think about this new visual experience in the comments section below.

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