Last week, Microsoft revealed that Windows 10 is now installed on over one billion devices and as part of the celebration, Panos Panay who is the chief product officer at Microsoft, shared a video on Instagram and as the video shows of sections of the Windows 10 UI, it becomes clear certain elements change to reveal what could be a redesigned interface for Windows 10, or rather a refresh.


In the video above, it shows the Windows start menu becoming wider and more spaced out and also the File Explorer has a new look. There isn’t any word on whether these interface changes will actually come to Windows 10, either if this is an easter egg that Microsoft placed in this video as kind of a hint as to what is to come or its just nothing.