Microsoft Just Released A New Video To Showcase Fluent Design In Windows 10

Recently, the tech giant Microsoft has unveiled a new video of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the next major update that will have the operating system. There, the new interface based on the design line Fluent Design of the California firm can be appreciated in great detail.

Microsoft Just Released A New Video To Showcase Fluent Design In Windows 10

The tech giant Microsoft has unveiled a new video of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the next major update that will have the operating system. There, the new interface based on the design line Fluent Design of the California firm can be appreciated in great detail.

This will be Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

With only a few hours remaining for the new update of Windows 10, the tech giant Microsoft has revealed a new video of the operating system of the Redmond with its new interface which will arrive with the new Fall Creators Update.

In it, you can appreciate the renewed appearance of the operating system and its new design pattern, called the tech giant Microsoft as Fluent Design, along with some of the new effects and design elements in the operating system and its official applications.

While the video is short, clearly shows how the interface will change, acquiring a minimalist, dynamic and transparent design. Although, as emphasized in MSPoweruser, we almost certainly do not get to contemplate the whole design with the update to come out this Tuesday.

This is because the Redmond has not yet completed the task of diagrams and implement Fluent Design throughout the operating system, although you can already see several of the native applications with this new look.

However, one detail to keep in mind is that with the update not only will be a part of the implementation of the new design pattern arrive, but also we can appreciate Story Remix (a new video editor), support for mixed reality and, also, the 3D visualization of objects, among other novelties.

Finally, it is still unknown when the tech giant Microsoft will implement the update that comes with a Windows 10 fully compatible with the new look, but it is almost certain that from now on users can continue to add applications under this design.

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