According to the latest statistics of NetMarketShare, thoughMicrosoftIt ended its support for Windows XP in 2014, but it still has a market share of 6.13%, and many companies are still using this classic operating system.
Windows XP, which came out 17 years ago, is more than 10 years away from its last service update Kit (SP3).
Compared with Windows 10, XP is obviously outdated and lacks many modern features. But what if Microsoft is thinking about remaking it?
YouTube user Kamer Kaan Avdan has made Windows 11, iOS 12, and Android 9 before.video.
This time, he decided to give Fluent Design to Windows XP, so she had the concept video of "Windows XP 2018 Edition".
From the video, the "XP 2018 heavy plate" start menu combines the design of XP and Windows 10, and introduces Timeline inspired by touch.
It adds transparent effect and curve angle, but cleverly preserves the original color scheme.
Window manager in "XP 2018 complex engraving"
Introducing Windows XP 2018 Edition - Concept (Via)