The Start menu remains one of the Windows features that people use the most on their desktops, and Microsoft knows this very well, so it’s no surprise that the company is working on further polishing it both in the short and in the long term.
Right now, for example, a priority for Microsoft seems to be giving the Start menu a more modern feel inspired by Windows 10X, its new operating system that’s specifically aimed at dual-screen and foldable devices.
Windows 10X itself comes with a refreshed UI, icons, and visual effects that users really loved, and many requested the company to bring the same treatment to full Windows 10 as well.
And while the Windows 10X Start menu itself isn’t making the switch to full Windows 10, or at least not yet, some parts of it could soon go live for everyone on the desktop.
Hello, new Start menu!
A few screenshots that Microsoft shared on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/Microsoft365/photos/pb.115557231802005.-220… (read more)
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