Windows 10 Hits 1 Billion Users, Teases New UI

Windows 10 Hits 1 Billion Users, Teases New UI

by Justin Herrick, PC Magazine

Check out some entirely new design elements in Microsoft’s video celebrating the milestone for Windows 10.

Windows 10 just achieved a huge milestone: 1 billion users. It didn’t earn a blog post, but Microsoft’s Panos Panay shared a video that celebrates the milestone and offers a glimpse at the future of the operating system.

Microsoft kicks off the video with its classic boot screens and Start buttons. Once the nostalgia settles in, the Redmond-based company transitions to Windows 10. It starts with the initial layout introduced in 2015, but then the video modifies the existing user interface with modern enhancements.

The Start menu loses its colorful live tiles, Windows Central notes. Live tiles remain to a degree, but they’re streamlined to blend in with the rest of the user interface. Also, tweaks to the System Tray are spotted.

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