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Author Topic: This redesigned Windows 10 Start menu is a big improvement  (Read 59 times)
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« on: January 05, 2019, 03:57:35 AM »

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The next big feature update for Windows 10 will offer tweaked visuals, but most people probably wonít notice the difference. Itís all about evolution rather than revolution with Microsoft these days.

If you are hoping for a more modern Start menu then youíre going to have to look beyond Redmond for that, and a brand new concept shows us just what the tiled menu could look like.

Like the recent concept videos from Avdan (Windows 10 -- 1990s Edition, Windows 11 and more), Cage Ataís re-imagined Start menu offers a more modern twist on the current design.

The creator explains: "This year Microsoft is set to bring a redesign to many of the native Windows 10 app icons. Before this transition, I wanted to create a mock-up of what the new system set would look like. I sourced direct inspiration from the Office 2019 promotional video along with a few new ideas and fan favorites".

Improvements go beyond the new icons though, with subtle shadows and a bolder font choice. Thereís also Light and Dark modes on offer.

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You can see more of the concept here.


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