Windows Lite Start Menu Concept Really Looks Too Good to Be True
If you’re a long-time Windows user, you probably noticed that concepts created by the skilled designers out there typically look so much better than what Microsoft actually offers in its OS.
And while there’s not much we can do other than send feedback and hope that Microsoft hears the message, brilliant concepts keep making the rounds occasionally, showing what Windows could have been with a bit more focus on the little details that users love.
The concept we have here, however, is all about a Windows version that hasn’t yet received the go-ahead.
Windows Lite, a new Windows version supposed to power Microsoft’s anti-Chrome OS effort, is expected to come with an overall simplified approach that would basically come down to a Start menu without live tiles and a more streamlined experience from one end to another.
macOS-inspired File Explorer
The concept created by Majid Rangraz and published on <a href="https://twitter.com/majid_rangraz/status/1… (read more)