First look at Microsoft updated design of Fluent Design for Windows 10
An updated view of Windows 10 was demonstrated a few months ago, and the first version of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update with integrated Fluent Design will be released tomorrow, October 17.
In a few months, the company will complement the design of the system with new effects and animations that resemble Aero in Windows Vista.
Fluent Design was developed as a replacement for the “tiled” Metro interface from Windows 8.1. Innovations in the design will affect all of the following Windows assemblies, as well as proprietary applications and Microsoft services for iOS and Android. In the future, their interfaces will acquire a lot of animations, new textures, depth, motion, light and zoom effects.
Microsoft is already testing the next update of Windows 10, codenamed Redstone 4, which will debut in March 2018. It is in this assembly that users will be able to see the full version of Fluent Design. In addition, the system will display options for the Cortana Collection for analyzing the habits during web surfing and Timeline for the “seamless” operation of Microsoft services on different platforms.
A source: theverge.com