Microsoft needs to show Windows is BACK with ‘Windows 10 UI’ refresh

Another Microsoft job listing states that the OS designer needs to show clients that “Windows is BACK” with a UI refresh for Windows 10.

As indicated by the job posting, Microsoft is searching for a Senior Engineer to work with the Windows Core User Experience group to orchestrate and deliver a sweeping visual rejuvenation of Windows experiences.”

“The Windows Core User Experiences team is responsible for driving new innovation for the marquee user interfaces used by billions of Windows and Surface Hub customers around the world, and we’re looking for a collaborative, inclusive and customer obsessed Senior engineer to help us build the future of Windows Expeiences.”

“On this team, you’ll work with our key platform, Surface, and OEM partners to orchestrate and deliver a sweeping visual rejuvenation of Windows experiences to signal to our customers that Windows is BACK and ensure that Windows is considered the best user OS experience for customers,” Microsoft shared in a job position description.

Windows Latest, who was the first to give an account of the job post, disclosed to BleepingComputer that Microsoft posted the job opportunity in October. After information on the posting came out today, Microsoft reworded the job listing to make it less enthusiastic.

Part of the Windows 10 Sun Valley project?

In October 2020, Windows Central detailed that Microsoft is arranging a UI and representation refresh for Windows 10.

This venture is accepted to be called ‘Sun Valley’ and is required to incorporate another Start menu and Action Center experiences, an improved UI for File Explorer, changes like adjusted corners for windows and discoursed, and further Fluid Design reconciliation all through Windows 10.

Microsoft has not officially reported this UI project, yet Windows Central’s sources express that the design refresh is relied upon to be finished by the 2021 holidays.

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