The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is getting out today, sporting an all new Fluent Design system. Before the release, Microsoft posted a video promo of some of the primary looks it has incorporated into Windows 10.
The teaser offers a glimpse of various features and apps that have got a fresh treatment with various effects that focus on giving Windows 10 a beautiful texture and more responsiveness to users. Microsoft‘s Fluent Design release will take final shape, starting with its apps and features like the Start Menu and notifications.
More Fluent Design modifications are anticipated in the rendition following the Fall Creators Update, which the company has started experimenting with Windows Insiders. The video flaunts the way calculator app functions and responds to a stylus on buttons operated with the virtual cursor.
The changes in the design are very subtle and many users might fail to notice them, but it will give much room for third-party developers for adopting Microsoft’s Fluent Design features to develop their apps.