Windows 11’s new look explained: Microsoft is trying to calm us with design


Windows 11 has been available to the public in beta form for nearly a month now, and while we won’t see the full version of the software update until the end of the year, the centered Start button, rounded corners, and overall softness of the new operating system have already sparked outrage and appreciation among Windows watchers.

That’s why the Medium post Microsoft’s Design team published this week is so interesting: it outlines some of the key themes and goals the company prioritized when designing Windows 11, which may help folks frustrated with Windows’ new look better understand where that look came from.

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