Recently, the software giant unveiled a new set of icons for Office coming to Windows 10, macOS, iOS, Android, and the web to reflect how the apps have been evolving, and now, it seems that the iconography makeover will be expanding to Windows 10 as well. As Jon Friedman, head of the Microsoft Office design team, reveals on a comment (via Thurrott and The Verge), “this is the beginning of a cross-company effort to update all icons in the same style.” If you look closely at the images shared by Friedman in this Medium article, you can get a glimpse of the possible updates coming to the Windows 10 icons for Calculator, News, Calendar, Mail, and Photos apps. While these are not the final icons that will see on Windows 10, it shows that Microsoft is also planning to modernize the icons, at least for the built-in apps, but it’s unclear if the company is planning to update system icons which haven’t been replaced in a very long time. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.