Microsoft has introduced some interesting changes to its design language with Windows 10, such as wireframe icons. Now, the company is working on improving the design of Outlook.com. According to Neowin, Microsoft has made some changes to the header of Outlook.com. One of the most noticeable changes on the site is the new branding – Outlook Mail. For those of you who don’t know, the branding was previously Outlook.com.
Alongside the branding change, there’re some other user interface changes on the website. For example, Microsoft has replaced some of the old icons (OneDrive and People) with the new wireframe icons which match the new Windows 10 icons. Another noticeable change on the site is the improved Calendar tile on the header. Previously, the Calendar tile was a static icon – however, now, the site shows the exact date on the tile which is pretty nice.
As Neowin notes, this changes aren’t available for all users. Microsoft is probably testing the new improvements and they’re available for only a handful of users. However, the company will likely roll out these new changes to more users in the coming months.
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