Microsoft shares video showing off Windows 10's beautiful new Fluent Design System
Microsoft’s Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 isn’t far from release, with rollout scheduled to start on the 17th of October. Some of the changes coming include Windows Timeline to help find documents and applications that were recently used, the ability to “continue on PC/phone” in specific programs, and OneDrive on demand showing the names and icons of files that are stored on OneDrive but not on the PC to minimise space used. However, the change that will be the most easily noticeable — and also likely to be the first thing that people spot — are the changes Microsoft made to the look of Windows as they implement the beginning stages of their new Fluent Design System.
While only the first two of five stages of Fluent Design are included, there is a change to the way in which button selections are highlighted, as well as a return of the “frosted glass” look which is more similar to Windows 7 than to the flat look of Windows 8 or 10. This frosted look was already showing on the recently renovated Calculator and Groove apps, but it will now be expanded to more Microsoft programs. It is also reminiscent of Arrow Launcher (and it’s replacement Microsoft Launcher) on Android.
Check out the video below for a quick look at some of the changes.
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