here are the new Fluent Design style icons

After the restyling that affected those of the Office package, now it's up to icons of Windows 10: the new versions unveiled in recent months are now in the rollout phase, at the moment only for Insiders in the Fast Ring who receive from Microsoft preview updates for the operating system.

Windows 10: here are the new icons in the Fluent Design style

However, it will not be long before they appear on the monitors of all PCs. The password is Fluent Design. It is the new philosophy embraced by the Redmond group regarding the interface of its products. Interested software such as Calculator, Groove Music, Mail, Voice Recorder, Alarms and Clock, Movies and TV Programs, Calendar and more. The list is destined to grow longer.

The new Windows logo

Windows 10 will also have a new logo, the one shown in the image above. Add to this the restyling just made to the Edge browser also with the aim of cutting bridges with the difficult past of Internet Explorer. Meanwhile, the silhouette of Windows 10X is revealed on the horizon, a new incarnation of the platform optimized for execution on dual screen and folding devices, included among others with the Surface Neo which represents one of the most anticipated devices of the year.

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The new Windows logo shown by Microsoft (close to that of Edge)

However, new icons and an unprecedented aspect will not be enough for the elements that make up the interface to solve the problems of the Windows ecosystem. Recently some updates have caused not a little headache to users, causing hitches such as the sudden appearance of the Blue Screen of Death or even the random deletion of files, so as to push in one case the software house to withdraw the update later when the rollout starts.

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