Windows developers have created a new icon for the Narrator app. The new narrator icon removes the blue background and instead uses color for the icon itself.
A leak of the new narrator icon has appeared on Twitter by Aggiornamenti Lumia. One commenter pointed out that to him it looks like the Narrator is muted with the new icon, which is an interesting observation. We do usually see a sound icon when something is muted, so that might become a problem for many users when this new icon rolls out to all computers.
Narrator is a screen-reading app that’s built into Windows 10, so there’s nothing you need to download or install.
Via: Aggiornamenti Lumia
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