Fluent Design debuted at the Build event last year and launched a semi-transparent effect in the autumn creator update released last year, and the upcoming spring creator update is full of changes.
First of all, the Windows Shell is the most frequently modified place. Revea effects and semi-transparent effects have been deployed in many core areas, including the start menu. In addition, application lists and live tiles have also received Reveal special effects.
Based on user feedback and suggestions, Microsoft has made many improvements to Reveal effects to make it more fluent. Action Center and People Center also received Reveal effect and UI redesign. The taskbar has now achieved a translucent effect and I believe that it will soon have a Reveal effect.
The provisioning application in Windows 10 has deployed Fluent Design, and setting up the application interface in the upcoming spring creator update is more modern. However, if you enter the power saving mode, users are allowed to set these special effects off.
The Microsoft Edge browser revisits and optimizes the translucency effect based on the update of the fall creators. Judging from the current published results, it is very satisfactory, especially the dark mode. And Reveal effects further enhance the browser experience.
All in all, the Fluent Design design interface is still in the process of improvement. Only semi-transparent and Reveal special effects are deployed in Windows 10 core applications, but there will be more system interfaces and application deployments in this new design language.