Samsung is bringing its One UI design to its Windows laptops

Samsung will bring its One UI 4 mobile interface design onto its Galaxy Book series Windows laptops. Samsung's Windows apps, such as Samsung Notes, Samsung Gallery and Samsung Settings, will be updated with the new design. These changes will match the new mobile interface Samsungs has brought to its latest Android phones. It will make it easier for users to switch between them.
To better adapt to the changes in Windows 11 design, the main Samsung Settings app was redesigned. It now features new app icons and menu layouts. The Samsung Notes app has a refreshed menu layout, icons, and folders.

Samsung Gallery is the last app to have One UI 4 updates. It includes a dark mode that matches Windows 11's themes.

Microsoft has also redesigned its design language for Windows 11. Samsung's changes bring a more mobile-like user interface to its Windows apps. This One UI Book 4 is being called by Samsung and will be available on the Galaxy Book Pro 360 and Galaxy Book Flex2, Galaxy Book Odyssey, Galaxy Book Pro 360, Galaxy Book Pro 360, Galaxy Book Flex2, Galaxy Book and Galaxy Book Odyssey.

After years of close collaboration between Microsoft and Samsung, Samsung's Windows design efforts are now complete. They originally collaborated to bring Android and Windows closer together. This resulted in many exclusive Your Phone integrations for Samsung devices. Samsung also integrates OneDrive support into its mobile applications, while Microsoft optimized its Office apps for Samsung's Galaxy Fold devices. Microsoft and Samsung have also partnered to create Xbox Game Pass for Android.