The latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build includes the latest batch of redesigned folders for the platform. Microsoft released new icons for its Office suite that reflect its move to the cloud in 2019, and it has been rolling out updated icons for major Windows 10 apps (like Calendar and Mail) ever since. The latest batch of icons change the look of the folders you’ll find in File Explorer, including top-level user folders like Desktop, Documents, Downloads, and Pictures.
Microsoft changed the orientation of the folders for greater consistency in Windows 10. Meanwhile, the new layouts are designed to be easier to distinguish at a glance – there are no more yellow folders to choose from. The tech giant has also updated the Recycle Bin and Local Disk icons to face the front rather than the sides. Microsoft says it will continue to roll out new Windows 10 icons over time for a more cohesive look.
The company has also introduced some changes with the latest version of Preview. You have renamed the Windows Administrative Tools folder in Start to Windows Tools, and added support for new shortcuts when renaming files: CTRL + Left / Right Arrow moves the cursor between the words in the file name file, while CTRL + Delete and CTRL + Backspace can delete words at the same time. The new version of Preview, which also comes with an extensive list of fixes for known issues and bugs, is now available to Windows Insiders on the dev channel.