Microsoft reveals that it plans a "radical visual rejuvenation" of the OS

A job offer published by Microsoft has revealed that a "radical visual rejuvenation of Windows" is planned. A major change in the operating system interface to, the offer said, signaling to users that "Windows is back."

"On this team, you will work with our key platform, Surface, and OEM partners to orchestrate and deliver a radical visual rejuvenation of Windows experiences to signal to our customers that Windows is back and ensure that Windows is considered the best user experience. of a consumer operating system. "

These details, advanced by The Verge and highlighted by different users who were able to read the offers originally published during the weekend, have been eliminated in the last hours of the advertised position They are software engineering within the Windows User Experiences team.

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This seemingly inadvertent revelation from Microsoft reinforces the information published in the month of October by Windows Central on the important update of the interface planned for Windows 10 during this newly released year 2021.

Sun valley, that's what this project would be called, would come to revitalize system elements such as the appearance of the Start menu, the activity center and the Explorer, among others. This facelift, according to published information, would be described as "reinvigorating and modernizing" internally. An overcoming of Fluent Design.

With this rejuvenation, the interface for tablets would also be developed

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These are bombastic words that dovetail with the job posting highlight that Microsoft has been tasked with smoothing out after posting. It is estimated that The changes would come from the launch of Windows 10 Cobalt, which is expected for the second half of 2021. With this rejuvenation, the interface for tablets would also be developed, as the Redmond text initially pointed out, in the version known as Windows 10X.