Microsoft may carry its greatest change to Windows OS this year, uncovers organization’s job listing

Seem as though Microsoft is wanting to bring back the love for Windows back into the hearts and minds of its fans and the individuals who have moved to other operating systems. Passing by the new job listing on the organization’s website for the software engineering role in the Windows Core User Experiences team, the firm is planning a ‘sweeping visual rejuvenation of Windows’ on Surface and OEM gadgets.

“On this team, you’ll work with our key platform, Surface, and OEM partners to orchestrate and deliver a sweeping visual rejuvenation of Windows experiences to signal to our customers that Windows is BACK and ensure that Windows is considered the best user OS experience for customers,” stated a part of job listing.

In spite of the fact that the firm eliminated the phrase ‘sweeping visual rejuvenation’ soon after The Verge saw it, the job description actually drops hints on a significant visual change coming to Windows OS in future. It is anything but a surprise that Microsoft has been arranging a redesign since past decade, yet it this certainly is a stage forward a similar way.

All the more recently, Windows Central recognized a significant design change in Windows, scheduled for 2021. The report from October added that Microsoft could be changing some top-level user interfaces the Start menu, Action Center, and even File Explorer with current designs and better animation. The project is being called as ‘Sun Valley’ and could show up as a part of Windows 10 ‘Cobalt’ release in holiday season 2021.

Everything lines up with the past claims made by Microsoft. The organization, back in May a year ago, a few months after chief product officer Panos Panay took over the group taking care of this project, said that it will be ‘reinvesting’ in Windows 10 in the year 2021. Also, ‘Sun Valley’ may very well be the outcome.

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