Windows 10 will get rounded corners soon
It looks like Windows 10 will soon get a small design change in the shape of a rounded corner. Jack Bowden, senior editor at Windows Central, tweeted a screenshot of an early version of Windows 10, such as the 20H1 preview build. Judging by the response to the tweets, it seems that many users are not in favor of new design changes. Bowden, however, did not mind the new design. “Yes, round UI designs are beautiful. Not sure what’s wrong with everyone MS just needs to add acrylic and make an impact and this centralized search UI would be perfect, “he said in a tweet.
The new rounded corner design is already a part of the new Chromium-based Edge browser. Microsoft has finally released the initial builds of its Chromium-based Edge browser for testing. The company noted that the builds are only available for download for Windows 10 (64-bit). Builds for other platforms like Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 and MacOS will be launched soon. Those interested can download builds for canary and developer channels from the Microsoft Edge Insider website. The canary build is updated at night and reflects the next day. Developer builds are more stable and updated weekly.
Microsoft is expected to roll out the May 2019 update for Windows 10 soon. The new update is expected to bring a bunch of new features and improvements. This will include the ability to suspend updates for up to 35 days. That will be seven days at a time, up to a maximum of five times. Other new updates include Windows Sandbox, Light Themes and more. Read more about you and the upcoming update here.