Microsoft's efforts to evolve the design of file applications in Windows 10 are always ongoing, and it is now clear that The company is also working to update the Calendar application. The Italian blog Aggiornamenti Lumia has managed to preview this improved calendar, and it looks absolutely beautiful.
Similar to the redesign of the Microsoft To Do application, it now appears that Microsoft is putting user customization in the forefront with this updated application. The new calendar presents a horizontal theme by default, which runs at the top and in the application background. According to the report, however, Microsoft may also be working on issues for the application. Other improvements include a Fluent Design-inspired hamburger menu and a renewed configuration menu. Microsoft is also improving the event creation menu, which now appears to appear, instead of opening in a full screen window.
It is not clear when the public will receive this new version of the Calendar application, but Aggiornamenti Lumia reports that it is part of a "beta program." The screenshots also show a "Test beta version" switch, so Windows Insiders, and perhaps regular Windows users could soon try this new application once it is available.
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