Microsoft Office Beta version gets Win11 mica effect – TechGenyz

Microsoft Office Beta version gets Win11 mica effect – TechGenyz

Microsoft introduced many changes in Windows 11, and precisely users are adroitly allured by windows 11 mica effects, which offers a pellucid presentation without even demanding high-performance consumption. Mica theme is eye-catching in the dark mode, and it lines up the background color of Windows apps with the desktop and provides a gleaming looking semi-transparent “color hierarchy.”

Microsoft has upgraded the user interface for many applications, including Edge browser, movies, TV, drawing, screenshot tools, photos, calculators, etc. Microsoft has forethought of expanding the mica effects as a part of the forthcoming Windows 11 update (which may be a feature update or accumulation), as you can see in the image shown below, that the feedback and reminders Center of Windows 11 already sparkling in the mica effect, which is currently accessible in the preview version, we can expect it sooner or late. 

As per reports from IT House, the Microsoft Office will also glitter in mica effects, thanks to netizen @JINSHU, who shared a screenshot of the  Word Beta version, which has a translucent background effect, modern toolbar, and controls that look refreshing.

In addition, an official document from Microsoft shows that the mica effect amalgamates the Windows 11 themes and desktop wallpapers to bring out the background of long-standing windows, including applications and settings. Users can go for the mica effect if they want to improve the limpidity of the application. It also enhances the work efficiency and visual hierarchy. It is worth mentioning that Microsoft coordinates with the company officials and completes the update promptly.

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