Microsoft has unveiled the new Windows 10 Start menu design. The upcoming changes were revealed during a Windows Insider podcast and are designed to visually differentiate the Start Menu. The new menu features a simpler and simpler form as it contains less chaotic colors, while not paying particular attention to Live Tiles, but that doesn't mean that Microsoft will stop using them. In addition, the company will reduce its colors blocks to make the Start Menu look more uniform and refined. The company has already removed Live Tiles from the Windows 10X Startup Menu, but as noted Brandon Le Blanc, Microsoft Senior Program Manager, h interface Live Tiles will in no way be withdrawn from the owner desktop OS despite the new direction, while those who enjoy Live Tiles will continue to use them for a long time to come. However, it is understood that Live Tiles will disappear completely in the future. Not all built-in operating systems support them apps, while their support developers is not particularly strong.
According to sources familiar with the matter in The Verge magazine, Microsoft has not yet planned anything specific and final regarding Live Tiles, but feedback the changes that will be made in Windows 10 will determine what will happen in the future.
The new Start Menu is completely different from the existing menu as it is going to make it easier for them users searching for apps that want to launch and at the same time displaying a list of the latest documents.
More generally, it has become clear that Microsoft wants to make many changes to replace the existing Windows 10. UI due to the fact that the new Start Menu came shortly after the company launched a new one. icons for Windows 10 1909.