The Windows 10 Start Menu has not really evolved much beyond simple touchups and design improvements here and there. Not bad, even though new features would be more than welcome. But while we wait for new options like dynamic tiles and whatnot, smaller refinements will make do. Windows 10 19H1, the upcoming...

Wednesdays become glorious again! Normal service has resumed as Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 18290 today to the Fast ring channel of the preview program. This, after a brief pause last week due to Thanksgiving. Build 18290 as the company highlights, mostly comes with some refinements to the UI....

Jeez, how many shades of grey does one need? A lot, apparently. If you think Windows 10 UI is a mess, then you are not alone. As this cool little image illustrates so aptly. Consistency is a concept few have heard of behind Redmond walls, apparently. The company continues to migrate towards a modern user...

Good, bad, ugly? You tell. Microsoft, in its steady effort to bring the Fluent Design system to all parts of Windows 10, has brought the design to one of the more used areas of the operating system. The sign-in screen. This, the company revealed in build 18237, the Windows 10 Insider Preview version now...

Long time due, too. Redmond has rolled out a design refresh for the Microsoft Store app, the desktop one at least, along with a few new features to go with it. First noted here, this new update to the Store app for Windows 10 users implements the depth element of the company’s new Fluent Design System, with...

Ah, the weekly ritual. Almost weekly, to be accurate. Microsoft has unleashed Windows 10 build 17711 to the Fast ring of its preview program, and this new version packs in a few new niceties. Particularly related to the Microsoft Edge. You can gather up the details here, but basically, just like the last...

No better way to end the week than with a Windows 10 concept! More so, a concept like this that does a great job of showcasing the new Fluent Design philosophy that Microsoft is pursuing. An awesome job, even. It’s remarkable just how much of a time Microsoft is taking getting its new design language right....

Microsoft is all set to evolve Fluent Design. The fresh new Windows 10 UI took some really big steps forward with the release of the latest version of the operating system. April 2018 Update, that be. But now, the software titan has revealed even bigger plans for the future at the BUILD 2018 developer...

The marquee event of the year is upon us! Microsoft has revealed the full details of the BUILD 2018 schedule, including the complete sessions list for UWP, Fluent Design and more. Basically, all the juicy details of what the future holds for the Windows platform, among other things. It was about two weeks...

Microsoft has a good thing going with Fluent Design, the visual overhaul of the Windows 10 operating system. It improves the OS both in terms of looks and usability. But things have progressed at a very slow pace, with many a user expecting rapid changes to the UI. On the flipside, this has meant that skilled...