In our previously published article on “Windows 10 New Start Menu and Control Center Accidentally Released” we had already pointed this a while ago, about its development under closed curtains, but now not only Microsoft has revealed the Windows 10 New Start Menu UX Evolution but also asked the user’s opinion.
Microsoft took to Twitter and posted a small video clip on the official Microsoft Design Twitter account that highlights the Windows 10 New Start Menu UX Evolution as how it grew and evolved over time. The most interesting part from the user’s point of view is that Microsoft provides a view of the futuristic newly redesigned Start Menu which it is planning to release in the upcoming feature update for Windows 10.
The all new and improved New Start Menu definitely differs quite a lot from the older one by including changes to tiles such as the omission of titles for medium sized ones. Many user’s have expressed their opinion in the form of comments which seems to be positive so far. The user who disliked the Windows 10 Start Menu redesign hated the removal of text labels.
Earlier, the official sources confirmed that Windows 10 New Start Menu and Control Center has been designed for Microsoft’s new Windows Lite OS but one can easily assume that one day it will come to our desktops too. Again, being an internal built, Microsoft might completely redesign it or it might not even see the light of the day. According to WindowsCentral, Microsoft today accidentally revealed Windows 10 internal build (18947) for its 32-bit systems with a new Start Menu and Control Center UI in its Insider Program due to a glitch which was not even meant for testers too.
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