Some subtle changes can be seen in the updated interface
Microsoft finally took the wraps off of its Windows 10 and this uncovering was predominantly focused on the desktop and its enterprise. However the company did drop some important hints at its future direction for phone and Xbox. Unfortunately, Microsoft hasn’t shed enough light on the changes made to the user interface in the Windows Phone and Xbox but some changes made to the Windows 10 were shown in an image which showed the OS on different devices. Traditional Windows Phone devices appear to feature the familiar tiled interface with Windows 10 that currently exists with Windows Phone 8.1, scaling all the way up to devices with 6-inch displays.
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Things are mostly changing with the 7 or 8 inches tablets. From the image we can assume or rather deduce that the smaller Windows tablets will take on more of a Windows Phone-like interface than the existing Start Screen from Windows 8.1.
The marketing materials for the company have been hinted at in a subtle manner but it does show the intentions of the company regarding its Windows 10. We can also see the new Start menu on some other devices along with the continuum touch interface for convertible laptop / tablet hybrids. In the image we can also depict the upcoming Xbox One user interface update. The change is very pronounced but it is getting in line with the rest of the plans which are associated with Windows 10.