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Microsoft officially releases new Windows 10 start menu and file explorer UI design

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Windows 10 system was originally released 5 years ago. Although today's Windows 10 system is constantly updated and evolved, the design has not changed much, and now Microsoft officially began to make changes.
Microsoft officially releases new Windows 10 start menu and file explorer UI design

In a recent Windows Insiders broadcast, Microsoft showed off a new vision for its Start menu, which emphasizes a smooth icon-based design tile. The new Start menu may debut next year, and Microsoft also plans modern upgrades to other areas of the operating system.


Microsoft officially releases new Windows 10 start menu and file explorer UI design

Microsoft Chief Product Officer Panos Panay today announced a new UI interface for Windows 10 to celebrate 1 billion users using Windows 10.

The trailer released by Microsoft includes a modern design of the file explorer, context menu, photo application, calculator, and Start menu.
As you can see in the GIF above, Microsoft is testing the redesigned Start menu, which will no longer emphasize its current "live tiles" interface but will instead become a standard tile with a semi-transparent background.
The Start menu will include fewer colored tiles in the updated interface, and dynamic information doesn't seem to be the point, but that doesn't mean the company will soon cancel the live tiles.
IT House has learned that these changes are designed to make the interface look more modern by eliminating unnecessary UI elements and clutter. Microsoft recently started rolling out a new batch of application icons to Windows 10, and the Start menu will use these new colored icons.
Microsoft officially releases new Windows 10 start menu and file explorer UI design

There is also a new File Explorer that looks similar to what we have already seen on Windows 10X. It uses OneDrive's web experience layout and icons, and at least for now, it doesn't seem to replace the current file explorer. You can check out " Microsoft Win10X New Modern File Explorer Early adopter Experience: Fresh and Smooth Design ".
Surprisingly, Microsoft is also developing an updated UI for the context menu, which looks more consistent across the operating system.
Microsoft officially releases new Windows 10 start menu and file explorer UI design

You can access the context menu by right-clicking anywhere on your desktop, with new options that help you browse between files, open a web browser, and access tabs in File Explorer.
It is worth noting that Microsoft is still developing the modern UI of Windows 10, which has not yet been tested and pushed to ordinary users for Windows Insider.

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