Microsoft’s Surface Father Shines on New Windows 10: A Big Change in Interface

Recently, Microsoft officially announced that Windows 10 monthly active users have officially passed the 1 billion mark. To that end, Panos Panay, the father of Microsoft’s Surface, celebrated the event with a specially produced MAD video on Instagram that reviewed a series of evolutions in Windows 1.0.

It’s worth noting that the video also shows the UI interface of the suspected Windows 10X or future versions of Windows.

Microsoft's Surface Father Shines on New Windows 10: A Big Change in Interface

First, it’s the resource manager that was pluged into the Windows 10X system image, the new file manager style is more modern, eliminating the need for address or menu bars, deep integration of Onedrive, and also seems to support Google hard drives.

Microsoft's Surface Father Shines on New Windows 10: A Big Change in Interface

The second version improves the right-click menu and adds a return option.

Microsoft's Surface Father Shines on New Windows 10: A Big Change in Interface

The video also shows a brand new Start menu, with fewer tiles in the new Start menu, but not canceled, and the icons are not much different from the current Start menu.

Microsoft's Surface Father Shines on New Windows 10: A Big Change in Interface

Microsoft's Surface Father Shines on New Windows 10: A Big Change in Interface

It’s not clear that this content will start to be pushed in a future release, but since it was released by Panos Panay, just be patient.