Rumours and references from preview testers suggest that Microsoft is overhauling its Windows 10 graphical interface. These rumors first emerged online as Microsoft continued to add newly designed icons to its first-party applications and introduced a slightly improved version of the Start Menu with theme recognition tiles.
There are also rumors that Microsoft will introduce fillets to improve the user interface of the built-in settings interface, and the UI update was discovered in a pop-up posted on Microsoft’s Tips app, a very subtle update. The redesigned Settings app uses a new icon based on the Microsoft Fluent Design language. In addition, the new design looks more bland than the current one.
Based on this style of design simulation, the Settings app has been subtly tweaked and the edges rounded, but these changes are enough to make Windows 10 more modern and more in line with Microsoft’s new WinUI and Flunt Design styles.
We can also find that the app window and the Check Update button have slight curves in every corner, and if you like fillets, you may find this simulation attractive.
There is also a screenshot of the translucent Windows search interface:
For the time being, we don’t have any timeline clues as to when Microsoft will release this design style, and we can’t find any similar simulations when we look at other pages within the Tips app, but these images at least give us a closer look at what’s being considered inside Microsoft.