Twitter's Desktop Mode Has a Newly Redesigned Look

To be faster and more efficient.

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Years following its previous update, Twitter has finally rolled out a brand new redesigned interface for its desktop mode available worldwide. The update is said to bring a faster, easier browsing experience on desktop, which has tons of new customizations.

Sections like Explore, Bookmarks, Lists, Direct Messages and Profile have been moved around to be more accessible, no longer having to switch between tabs and windows to start new tasks or check trending topics. Users will also be able to switch accounts on the fly via the side navigation section. The social media platform has even introduced a Dim and Lights Out theme for fans of Dark Mode who wished for slight alterations. If those are too dark, there are several color options to choose from as well.

Check out the new Twitter desktop interface now, then check out the new foldable VR glasses Samsung may be developing.

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