Upcoming Builds of Windows 10 Feature New Icons, Other UI Updates

Posted on September 7, 2015 by Brad Sams in Windows 10 with 0

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With Windows 10, Microsoft is using a new servicing model for the OS that they call Windows as a Service. This means that the company will be consistently updating the platform with new features and other changes to the OS and now we are getting a better look at some of the new elements coming in an upcoming release.

In the near future, Microsoft will be pushing out a new build to Windows Insider that will feature new icons and other tweaks to the interface including updates in the Settings panel like you see above.

This particular build comes from a later version in the 1053X series which means it isn’t too much newer than the last build released to Windows Insiders that was 10532.

Microsoft also recently announced that there are now over 7 million Windows Insiders which is good news not only for the company but also consumers who are using the public release channel. With more testers using the pre-release builds, this should hopefully identify bugs before they make their way to the larger population of Windows 10 users.

While Microsoft has not said when the next release of Windows 10 will arrive to Insiders, we hopefully shouldn’t have to wait too long as they have been pushing out builds for desktop users more consistently than they have for mobile users.

You can see most of the changes that have been leaked so far in this post and if any more show up, we will make sure to keep you updated.

Image Credits to @Cadenzza92

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