Windows 10 has been online for 5 years. Although Microsoft has been tirelessly iterating and repairing, it will inevitably make users aesthetically fatigued.
According to foreign media reports, Microsoft’s updated recruitment document shows that “the natural user interface (NUI) team is looking for talented engineers to create and improve new methods, even if it is easier for users to interact with the device in non-traditional poses to increase efficiency ( For example: use of tablets and foldable devices away from desks), more extensive use of natural input methods such as pens, digital keyboards, voice and multimodal use cases, etc.”
The so-called non-traditional posture is also well understood, such as when you are lying in bed, you can easily control a desktop computer away from yourself.
There are speculations that Microsoft is recruiting for Windows 10X, that is, a modern streamlined version of Windows 10 that is optimized for dual-screen systems. There are also views that Microsoft is strengthening the bottom layer of Windows Core OS to prepare for the real Windows 10 successor.
In any case, the interaction and UI of the Windows system are more friendly to change, which is something everyone is happy to see.