More Colorful Windows 10 Icons: Photos and Planner apps

Microsoft continues their work on updating icons for built-in Windows 10 apps. A set of new icons has been revealed that features the updated icon appearance for Microsoft Photos app and Planner following the modern Fluent Design.

Here are all the new icons which are known at the moment of this writing.

Microsoft Photos app

The app has received a new colorful icon, will be available for both Core and Desktop editions of Windows 10.

Photos App Icon 256 Colorful

File Explorer

File Explorer Fluent Icon

Groove Music

Groove Music Fluent Design Icon

Solitaire Collection

Solitaire Fluent Icon

Movies & TV

Movies And TV Icon

MSN Weather

MSN Weather Icon



Mail Icon


Calendar Icon


Camera Icon

Snip & Sketch

Snip Sketch Icon


Microsoft Planner has received a new icon, following the designs of icons for PowerPoint, OneNote, Calendar for Android, Teams, and Yammer.

Microsoft Planner Icon

MS Office icons

Also, see Microsoft Office Icons Are Getting a New Look.

Office Icons

Mail and Calendar apps for Android

Mail And Calendar

The next screenshot demonstrate the new Start Menu layout with a few new icons.

Windows 10 New Camera Icon

It is not know yet when the new icons will reach the production branch. They are expected to appear for Insiders in the future.

Source: Aggiornamenti Lumia.

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

3 thoughts on “More Colorful Windows 10 Icons: Photos and Planner apps”

  1. Honestly this is getting more tolerable, and I’m glad years of bitching have finally paid off.

    Now I wonder how long till they deprecate UWP and restore the Control Panel…

    1. I wish they’d deprecate the UWP Onenote for Windows 10 and start updating Win32 OneNote 2016.
      The UWP OneNote still has no offline files, no customisable quick access toolbar, no paste option pop-up when pasting via ctrl+v, lacks a load of options… Heck even OneNote for Mac has most of these, other than offline files. Typical Microsoft… Keeping the word version for Windows.

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