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...

More of a good thing is never bad, right? Well, that seems to be the driving philosophy for Microsoft, as the company has lined up even more Microsoft Store improvements for Windows 10 users. Users accessing the app repository using Windows 10 devices have access to a new design. While Redmond has also been...

In case Microsoft needs more ideas on how to revamp its file manager, this Windows 10 File Explorer concept has got it covered. This design is one of many to update the UI of this key feature of the OS. Of course, Redmond itself is working on a dark theme for File Explorer, which is all set to arrive with the...

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....

Feeling blue? How about we brighten up your life with a new Windows 10 concept that has been doing the rounds lately. Extra kudos if you love the Windows XP look. And that’s because this design imagines how things would be in 2018 if that version of the operating system came back — somehow came back....

Easy does it. Microsoft just updated the Windows 10 Mobile Store with a Fluent Design System treatment, and needless to say, these subtle changes looks quite slick. As spotted, these new UI elements are now part of the mobile operating system. The most immediate of which is the sliding panel that pops up when...

These are two of the most popular, more used Windows 10 apps. Microsoft has given the Mail and Calendar applications in its latest operating system the Fluent Design System treatment. Windows Insiders have been testing these sleek looking apps for a couple of weeks now, but these applications are now finally...

What took them so long! Windows XP still powers some 18% of computers the world over, but the vintage platform is steadily losing users and people upgrade to newer solutions. Once such solution is Microsoft’s latest — Windows 8.1. Although this version of Windows fixed a lot of issues with Windows 8 vanilla,...

The Skype team at Microsoft is, for what it’s worth, tackling a few different ideas at once. And although progress has been slow, the various versions of Skye are catching up. It is a bit of a balancing act. Microsoft has to accommodate the user interface that is available on the various Skype mobile apps,...

Windows and OS X users rejoice, for the Skype desktop clients have finally received the long awaited refresh that was supposed to bring along a new user interface. It has been a long time coming, but the new look is here. The Skype team shared the good news on the official blog, confirming the release of a...