Microsoft appears to be testing a new Movies & TV interface for Insiders

It looks like Microsoft has a fairly big UI revamp in the works for the Movies & TV app on Windows 10. First spotted by Twitter user Aaron Hall (via MSPU), the revamp makes a couple of sweeping changes to how you navigate the app.

The first big change of note is the removal of the hamburger menu in favor of a tabbed interface. The old Movies, TV and Video navigation options have also been replaced with "Explore," "Purchased," and "Personal." The first features a broad overview of content to check out, split into different categories. Meanwhile, Purchased aggregates all of your purchases in one tab, while personal simply acts as another space for your own personal videos.

Microsoft hasn't announced anything concerning a revamp, so it's not clear just how extensively this new look has rolled out to Insiders and it could just be a test of some sort. Regardless, if you're an Insider, you might want to check for the redesign on your machine.

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