The floating Start menu will appear in Windows 10 soon

Floating Start menu and rounded corners

We have already written many times that Microsoft wants to make Windows 10 similar to the 10X version, which is to be dedicated to devices with a touch interface. It also looks like history will come full circle, and one of the major changes made in the Windows 10 fall update will be the Start menu with rounded corners. The last time we dealt with rounded windows was over 20 years ago in Windows XP. Now it may turn out that we will get the same thing only in a slightly more modern form.

The screenshot presented below is only a model prepared by the portal Windows Latest, but gives some idea of ​​what the new Start menu might look like. You can expect the tiles to be rounded too, and the overall design to be more consistent with the rest of the GUI. Ultimately, the update should be ready in the middle of the year and then it will also go to a wider group of testers who participate in the Insider Preview program. If the changes are received positively, it can be expected that we will all get them this fall.

More and more Windows 10X in Windows 10

The changes introduced by Microsoft in Windows 10 are increasingly going towards the 10X version, which was to debut some time ago, mainly for devices equipped with a touchscreen. It’s no different when it comes to the Start menu, as you can see in the presentation below, the rounded and floating Start menu has been tested by Microsoft for quite some time. Let’s just hope the changes will be consistent with the rest, especially with the core apps that are going to undergo a small makeover. However, it is difficult to be optimistic looking at the fact that Windows 10 still has not completely removed the remains of the old “Control Panel” …

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