Windows 10 is here!
The new Windows logo and a new Windows Icon are both prominently featured on the Start Menu and start screen in Windows 10 version 1511, with an update arriving on Friday.
The new logo is different from the older versions of Windows, which you can see below.
The Windows logo is an icon, not a button.
Here’s a closer look at the new logo:Microsoft has also included a new tile for the Start Screen, and the Start button has been re-designed to look more like a keyboard.
The Start Menu has also received a new navigation bar and icons to give it more personality.
The Start Menu also has a completely redesigned icon for the Desktop, with its new icons in the upper right corner of the Start screen, alongside a new icon for it.
In addition to the new Start Menu, Microsoft has also added a new Start button for the left side of the desktop.
Windows 10 versions 1511 and 1607 are available for free to Windows Insiders and other Windows Insider subscribers, while the upgrade is currently only available to Windows 10 Pro customers.