New version of ship you haven’t seen: Microsoft releases Win10 new UI design promotion

Microsoft Windows 10 has exceeded 1 billion installed capacity after its predecessor, Win7, officially closed. To that end, Panos Panay, Microsoft’s global vice president and chief product officer, shared a short one-minute celebratory video on his personal Instagram, reviewing the history of the Windows operating system, as well as introducing some of the important visual changes that the new Win10 will take.

New version of ship you haven't seen: Microsoft releases Win10 new UI design promotion

Windows Review and Outlook Video “New Era Design”:

Although the video is smaller due to its release in Ins, it is clear that Win10’s UI changes are clear. With the exception of almost all desktop icon style variations, a large range of live tile areas has been added to the right side of the menu to support user customization of shortcut features. At the same time, the layout of the right-click drop-down bar and File Explorer has changed a lot.

New version of ship you haven't seen: Microsoft releases Win10 new UI design promotion

New version of ship you haven't seen: Microsoft releases Win10 new UI design promotion

New version of ship you haven't seen: Microsoft releases Win10 new UI design promotion

New version of ship you haven't seen: Microsoft releases Win10 new UI design promotion

Microsoft is currently developing the Win 10X for a dual-screen operating system, with most of the features and UI changes demonstrated above expected to be introduced in the Win 10X, followed by a login to the standard Win 10 operating system.

While win10 has been compared to Win7 for years, it’s always felt like a new system, but in fact Win10 is about to be released for five years. So Microsoft is looking for opportunities to bring innovation and modernization optimization to it.