Microsoft Fluent Design System: Breaking down Windows 10’s new look


Windows 10 is getting a huge makeover that’s starting with the upcoming Fall Creators Update. But for all the hoopla over the Fluent Design System (previously known as Project Neon) and its new aesthetic philosophy, we only got the brief look at it during Microsoft’s Day 2 Build keynote. The demo real flashed by bit too quickly, and Microsoft didn’t really explain when to expect certain visual changes. Some of the images were future concepts likely years from now, others were changes that are already rolling out. Fret not; we’ve dug deeper into Fluent for you so don’t have to. For a quick refresher…

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