Microsoft is expected to host an online event revealing its consumer-oriented, subscription-based Microsoft 365 service and perhaps, there will be more to talk about as the Chief Product Officer has published a teaser video showcasing the upcoming UI design changes to Windows 10.
The teaser video goes through the stages Windows went before reaching its final form, which is about to be unveiled in the coming days. The new appearance is looking flatter, fonts have been changed, notably on the lock screen, and the taskbar has a leaner overall appearance. If you look closely enough, you will notice that the windows have more rounded corners and so do the UI buttons.
The File Explorer has also undergone some changes and is now looking more in line with the overall feel of the OS and the so-called Fluent Design that Microsoft is following.