Microsoft Office with new UI
Windows 11 has come up with a new UI. Moreover, to match it, Microsoft has come up with a fresh UI redesign for its Microsoft Office too! The update is only available to Insiders for now. Insiders are the beta testers. However, it will be seeded to the wider public later this year. The changes include a new rounder look to go in line with Windows 11s aesthetics. It also comes with some buttons have been retouched here and there across all MS Office apps.
Microsoft originally intended to move away from the traditional ribbon bar and swap it for a command bar. In this update, though, there is no change in this regard. Perhaps Microsoft will gradually introduce more tweaks in the following weeks and months before it brings the final release. In fact, the tech giant first said that it will take up to two years before the M S Office redesign is complete. So even after Windows 11s release, some of the features will still be a work in progress.
On Windows, in alignment with the Windows 11 Insider Preview build, they are also releasing a Microsoft Office visual refresh. It will deliver an intuitive, coherent & familiar user interface using Fluent Design principles across user applications. Microsoft Office team is happy to share the news about the redesigned ribbon in MS Office apps on iPad. The new look has a more modern feel and is designed to help you focus on your work. The visual refresh users have been waiting for will become available with this build, though many may not see it yet since it is being rolled out in stages.
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