Microsoft reveal its new Fluent Design for Windows 10 for the first time last year and now confirms several future changes to it. By the end of this year Fluent Design will offer upgraded contextual menus and an in-app back button.

These changes will create a more precise version of Fluent Design and unify the interface among Microsoft’s own Windows 10 applications. Creators of other applications will need to adapt them to the new interface, and to add the new items to them.

The interface will be reduced in size because currently its looks is optimized for tablets and touchscreen devices. Even a compact mode is created for complex applications with many menus and text.

Currently, developers can place a button to return to the app, but it is not always clearly visible to Windows 10 users. This will change with Fluent Design navigation changes and also support for Xbox One in-app navigation controller will be added.

All of these changes to Fluent Design are coming this year, allowing developers to take advantage of them in Windows 10 applications. Microsoft slowly changes the direction of the designing in Windows 10 and upgrades the applications in the process, all this will help to refresh the overall look of Windows. Post from: GizBrain

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