Windows 10’s user interface is a little too “simple” compared to the Modern UI of the Windows 8 era. Even as Microsoft tries to achieve the “big one” of the Fluent Design design language, older users want Microsoft to make Windows 10 look better than Apple’s macOS Big Sur announced at WWDC 2020.
Through the progressive progress of fluent design languages, Microsoft is bringing comprehensive improvements to its products and operating systems, and desktop effects such as acrylic and shadows are now visible. The images presented in this article are based on an Insider preview edit edit edit edited by Microsoft Windows 10.
However, some users who can’t wait can’t help but share their visions for the new Windows 10 UI across various channels, such as a screenshot of the Start menu shared by Reddit users.
From the visual effects, many netizens should like to join the “theme perception” icon background. Previously, Windows 10 could only add a solid color large background to the icons in the Start menu.
In addition, Reddit users have explored both light-colored themes and dark patterns, but as part of the Windows 10 20H2 update, it’s not long before you get an official version of the system UI improvements.