Windows 10 was released in the summer of 2015 and proved to be one of the most mature operating systems from Microsoft. Its design has changed little over the past five years, with Microsoft focusing on adding features.
For those who would like to have a renewed interface, that wish will come true in 2021. As the publication Windows Central managed to ascertain, Windows 10 will finally undergo a visual overhaul next year.
What’s new expected for Windows 10
This development process is referred to internally as Sun Valley. The goal of those involved is to refresh the Microsoft operating system, making users no longer need Windows to start loving it.
Apparently, Microsoft’s areas of greatest focus in this project will be the Start Menu, the Action Center, a new Taskbar and a new File Explorer. More news may be added, but this is what is currently known.
Windows 10 for tablets will also be subject to modifications next year. This will have a more fluid experience and should also improve the virtual keyboard presented in this version of the operating system.
Update should not arrive until fall 2021
Unfortunately, it will not be in the spring of 2021 that this design overhaul will reach users. It looks like this will be saved for next year’s autumn update, breaking the tradition of Windows 10 updates.
Usually, the big news for Windows 10 usually comes out in the first major update each year. Autumn updates, however, tend to be based on minor corrections, but this will not be the case next year.
This is due to the fact that Microsoft plans to finish developing the new Windows 10 interface only in June 2021. Hence the news is reserved for the fall.
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