Microsoft has announced changes to the Start menu that will bring the All Apps list to the forefront, with the Settings and Account details tucked away in a hamburger menu. Microsoft's Jen Gentleman has now revealed what the changes will look like in a short GIF posted on Twitter:
The updated design will make its way into the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, which will be available for free to Windows 10 users sometime over the summer. Microsoft is soliciting feedback from the Insiders community on the changes, so if you like the design of the new Start menu or want to suggest improvements, be sure to let Microsoft know.
What do you guys think of the changes coming to the Start menu?
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