The next major update for Windows 10, the Fall Creators Update is going to introduce a new design language, Fluent Design. Microsoft and the developers have so far implemented the Fluent Design into the apps. However, the other elements in Windows 10 are yet to get the Fluent Design touch.
The first party apps like Calculator and Groove Music have already got the Fluent Design touch. Microsoft’s employee Brandon LeBlanc has once again confirmed on Twitter that the company is working to add the Fluent Design Elements into the Windows 10 OS.
It seems some other parts like the taskbar would also get the Fluent Design. Although, it looks like Microsoft need some more time to implement the Fluent Design across the OS.
Another exciting feature of the Fall Creators Update is “One Drive Files On-Demand.” This is something for which many Windows users have asked for — especially since the loss of “placeholders.” Not only will this save space on the user’s local storage drive, but should improve productivity and workflow too. With Files On-Demand, you can get access to all your files in the cloud without having to download them and use storage space on your device. You don’t have to change the way you work because all your files — even online files — can be seen in File Explorer and work just like every other file on your device,” says Jeff Teper, corporate vice president, Office, One Drive and SharePoint teams.