Although slower than user expectations, it is worth affirming that Fluent Design System has been developing continuously. And some core parts of upcoming Windows 10 spring creators have been deployed in this new design language.
Fluent Design was unveiled at last year's Build conference. It released the translucent effect in the autumn creators update released last year, and the upcoming spring creators update is promoting a lot of changes in an all-round way.
First of all, Windows Shell is the most widely changed place. Many core areas, including the start menu, have already deployed Revea effects and translucent effects. In addition, the Reveal application effect has also been achieved by application lists and dynamic magnetic stickers.
Based on user feedback and advice, Microsoft has made a lot of improvements to the Reveal special effects to make it run more smoothly. The Action Center, the center of human connections also obtained the Reveal effect and the UI redesign. The taskbar has already obtained the translucent effect, and it is believed that the Reveal effect will soon be achieved.
The setup application in Windows 10 system has deployed Fluent Design, and the application interface is more modern in the upcoming spring creators update. However, if the power saving mode is entered, users are allowed to set off these special effects.
The Microsoft Edge browser adjusts and optimizes the semitransparent effect on the basis of the update of the creator in the fall. The results are very satisfactory, especially in the dark. And the Reveal special effect further improves the browser's use experience.
In a word, the Fluent Design design interface is still in the process of improvement. At present, only Windows 10 core applications have translucent and Reveal specific effects, but there will be more new system interfaces and applications deployed in the future.