Microsoft’s been sharing some interesting tidbits for Windows 10 recently. We’ve already seen some UI changes on the recent Windows 10 builds, such as Build 9879. However, according to Microsoft’s Gabe Aul the company is still working on improving the user experience for Windows 10.
@antcook_ Cool! Explorer UX is still in prog, you'll see more goodness there to come.
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) December 11, 2014
Gabe Aul recently confirmed that the work on File Explorer UX is in progress. The UX changes will be mostly focused on touch targeting as the company wants to make sure that the user experience is same with mouse and even touch input. The finished product might be something like the concept above.
Now, just a few hours ago, several screenshots of the updated Settings on Windows 10 was leaked. The leaked screenshots revealed that the company is working on making Settings much cleaner and user-friendly. The screenshots shows off an old control panel-like UI which may mean that the company is going ot remove Control Panel from Windows sometime soon.
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