The update began rolling out in phases to users in the Fast Ring a few days ago, but should now appear for everyone in both the Fast and Slow Rings. If you do not see the update yet, you shouldn't have to wait too long.

The update brings the usual "seems faster" performance enhancements, along with some UI tweaks and an overhaul of the "Your Groove" tab, which has now been renamed.

Microsoft lists the improvements as follows.

What's new in Groove version 10.17022.1030

  • Simplified app navigation makes it easier to find recently played music, and has albums, artists, and songs grouped under My Music.
  • For clarity, the name of Your Groove has changed to Recommended.
  • Minor fixes and improvements.
  • Please note that not all features are available in all markets.

As you can see, Your Groove has been streamlined and renamed to Recommended. It allows you to see curated playlists and recommendations based on your listening habits at a glance.

Additionally, My Music now has a sub menu at the top, allowing you to navigate through different filters without having to jump back into the hamburger menu. Unfortunately, you can't swipe through the menus as the layout suggests, but that might come in a later update.

If you want to take a look for yourself, hit the link below for a shortcut to the update page on Windows 10, and let us know what you think in the comments below.