With the upcoming Windows 10 upgrade will get new icons and animations
Recently Windows 10 crossed the finish line of their first month of life, but in November, according to the latest rumors, the operating system will receive the first major update, codenamed Threshold 2. Among other things in this update there will be changes in the user interface.
In particular, the analysis of the latest build (10537), which has been tested within Microsoft revealed that the company has already made three minor amendments to the interface of «ten»:
- animation opening/closing apps from the Store will inherit those desktop programs;
- updated icons in device Manager, control Panel and various other settings;
- context menu with a grayish instead of pure white.
This is all very minor changes, but encouraged by the fact that Microsoft is trying to make the interface more uniform.
As mentioned above, these and other improvements will become part of the upcoming release of Windows 10 Threshold 2, which is likely to be rolled out in November. Although insiders will no doubt receive the update sooner.