It’s been a minute since Windows 10’s look has been drastically changed. Before Windows 10, Windows users often anticipated how Microsoft will revolutionize its user interface with every new version. However, with Windows 10, interface updates became more irregular. The developer just outed minor updates every now and then. But things might change, though. According to a new job posting, Microsoft is planning to completely revamp Windows 10’s design.
According to Windows-centric outlet Windows Latest, Microsoft recently posted a job opening for a senior software engineer who will “work with [their] key platform, Surface, and OEM partners to orchestrate and deliver a sweeping visual rejuvenation of Windows experiences.”
“Windows is BACK,” the job posting concludes.
Further, the outlet confirms that an upcoming update — titled the Windows 10 21H2 “Sun Valley” update — will revamp the design for a smoother consumer experience. Previous updates have focused on business users more.
It is entirely possible that Microsoft doesn’t want to reveal too many details yet. Soon after the job posting leaked, Microsoft updated the details to remove all references to a design revamp.
Microsoft might release the first Sun Valley beta by the end of February. At that point, software developers and testers will get a first look at the new look.