Recent Windows 10 Insider Preview The build includes the latest batch of newly designed folders for the platform. Microsoft has been released New icon for its office The suite reflects the move to the cloud in 2019 and the updated icons for it are being taken out The main apps of Windows 10 (Such as calendars and mail) since then. The folders you find in File Explorer, including top-level user folders like Desktop, Documents, Downloads, and Images, change the look of batches of the latest icons.
Microsoft has changed the direction of folders across Windows 10 to make them more seamless. Meanwhile, the new designs are meant to make them easier to tell at a glance – there are no more yellow folders to choose from. The tech giant has also updated the recycle bin and local disk icons so that they face the front instead of the side. Microsoft says it will continue to roll out new Windows 10 icons over time for a more integrated look.
The company has also introduced a few changes with the latest preview build. It renamed the Windows Administrative Tools folder to Start to Windows tools and added support for new shortcuts when renaming files: CTRL + left / right arrow moves the cursor between the file name words, while CTRL + can delete and CTRL + backspace once. Delete. The new preview build, which comes with a long list of solutions to bugs and known problems, is now available to Windows Insiders on the Dev Channel.