As one of the key features of Windows 10, the Start Menu has been the focus of Microsoft’s improvements. In fact, just a few days ago, the company shared a preview of the new start menu on Instagram, where the number of active Windows 10 users exceeded 1 billion.
Netizen Ben Ward then created and shared his ideal start menu on Twitter, and the overall experience was very close to the official version of Microsoft, with no live tiles. Typically, the concept version does not fit into the official version of Microsoft, but it is important to note that the concept version is based on a preview released by Microsoft and may become a reality.
In Microsoft’s official preview version, it is planned to reduce the color category of different areas of the tile interface in the Start menu, simplifying the display and making the Start menu easier to display applications. Microsoft highlighted this in its promotional video, as well as some variations in the spacing in dynamic magnets.
Microsoft also appears to be working to improve its Fluent Design system in Windows 10, adding more stylish context menus and even a new file application. Updates to the Windows File Browser have allowed users to wait a long time, and this video display will soon update accordingly.