Good News, Windows 10 Definitely Implement Rounded Corners! – A new leaked image was reported by Zac Bowden on Twitter, where in two shared images, both show how Windows 10 looks with a rounded corner UI.
An example is as in the picture above, where the sudur part of the Start Menu is now more rounded, and one important part that I really like is that now the Start Menu appears to float by not sticking to the Taskbar or the side of the screen.
In addition, in the second image shared it appears the same applies to the right click on the taskbar, where in addition to having rounded corners, the jump list section is now made not attached to the taskbar.
Approximately these two changes were made to adapt to the UI of Windows 10X (Sun Valley) that has been announced for a long time, and of course with it the consistency between Windows 10 and Windows 10 X will feel very familiar and very interesting.
Just keep in mind that the two images above are still a rough leak and are still in the early stages, it may take a long time for Microsoft to release them, but based on the forecasts circulated, this new design will be released on Windows 10 21H2 or at the earliest in Windows 10 21H1 later.