With the upcoming Threshold Wave 2 update for Windows 10 in November, Microsoft is reportedly making many changes to the UI, including new animations and redesigned icons.
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In the latests leaked build of Windows 10, there are new animations for opening the Start menu in full-screen mode and there are also new animations for creating virtual desktops.
In Windows 10, there are a few new animations and if you would like to turn them off, we have created a tutorial for you to follow to remove the eye candy from the latest build.
With the upcoming release of the next Technical Preview build for Windows 10, there will be new animations that make transition more smooth and add a bit of visual flair to the OS.