This Is the Windows 10 Start Menu Microsoft Should Build
The Windows 10 Start menu has gone through a series of minor changes since the operating system first launched in July 2015, but the overall look and feel are pretty much unchanged.
And it goes without saying that this isn’t exactly what users expect from a modern OS like Windows 10, especially because Microsoft is very committed to refining the overall experience with facelifts like the Fluent Design language.
While Microsoft still explores ways to overhaul the Start menu, the Windows community comes up with ideas that often take us by surprise, especially because everything aligns so well with the direction embraced by the company itself.
This is the case of the concept you see here and which was published on Twitter by @vastglad.
No live tiles
With a modern look that clearly comes in line with the visual improvements that Microsoft plans for Windows 10 version 1903 (19H1), … (read more)