The main visual for Microsoft Windows may include a comprehensive plan: Report


It seems that Microsoft is planning a visual overhaul for Windows, according to a recent job listing on the company’s website. Job posting has been slightly adjusted since then, but the actual need was initially identified by The Edge. The company has been planning for some time to make visual changes in the Windows UI to make the experience more uniform and cohesive. At the moment, however, it is unclear when these changes will take effect, but the report said it could happen this year.

Job posting The software engineer at the Microsoft Career website initially needed someone who could “bring a visual renaissance of Windows” to bring new life. According to Report Through The Edge, Job Posting reads, “In this team, you work with our key platform, Surface and OEM partners to provide a visual revival. Windows Experiences that signal our customers that Windows is back and make sure that Windows is considered the best user OS experience for users. “The changes are likely to take effect this year, the report said.

For now, the job posting has been adjusted and now said Microsoft Is looking for someone to “orchestrate and provide experiences that ensure Windows is a great user experience for our customers”. The applicant will have the opportunity to “create delightful, polished, experiences for Windows”.

Back in March 2020, Windows 10 passed 1-billion monthly active users Mark and design integrity was then promised. This includes changes to the Start menu, icons, changes to the Files app, and more. Then in October, that is Reported The code name ‘Sun Valley’ is in the process of major update and will bring massive UI integrity. It will be released in the holiday season 2021 with changes to the Start Menu, Action Center and File Explorer.

In November, it was reported that Microsoft was looking Bring Android app support Refresh the UI for Windows 2021 and make it modern and stable.

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