Microsoft reveals Windows 10 rounded corner menu design draft
There is no doubt that the Windows 10 system has fully turned to the rounded corner design style. From the original leaked prototype to now, Microsoft has publicly displayed the new design draft.
Microsoft recently showed a number of Windows 10 rounded corner menu design drafts, including various pop-up menus and scrolling marquee boxes that have been designed with small rounded corners.
These designs have already been adopted, so they will be merged and updated to Windows 10 in the future. The first to obtain such effects should be Microsoft’s own applications.
Microsoft also pointed out that this dynamic color exchange can be performed during the scrolling process so that the actual effect can achieve a very smooth X-ray-like effect. However, we are not designers, so we don’t quite understand what the X-ray effect refers to.
The rounded corner design is widely used in Windows 7 system. Starting from Windows 8, Microsoft adopted the right-angle design and continued to all versions of Windows 10.
Microsoft plans to reset the style of Windows 10 through the Sun Valley project, and the rounded corner design is also an important part of the entire operating system style.
For example, system pre-installed applications, start menus, settings applications, etc. will abandon the right-angle design and replace them with rounded corners. We will see more changes in the subsequent beta version.
In the fall, the first Windows 10 developed through the Sun Valley Project, 21H1 will be released. This version is expected to give Windows 10 a new look.