Microsoft’s Build Developer conference was held just last week where Gabe Aul indicated that the new Windows 10 shall be having a dark theme that will be a switch for all Windows’ users to a new experience.
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This was confirmed when sources revealed that Microsoft’s current employees are already using a build of Windows 10 which is indeed a darker theme.
The new Windows theme is the one which is coming this summer as its Anniversary update.
As per Aul’s claims, Thurrott’s Brad Sams kept asking other Windows employees throughout the event about what the real news was.
He therefore confirms that Windows 10 does have a darker theme which can be activated through a toggle option from the Settings menu.
This indeed also shows that with a darker theme all other interfaces and icons shall then be replaced with a lighter shade.
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This does not confirm anything about the Anniversary update but it seems vague why Aul shall say about something that is not going to happen.