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At its Build conference in Seattle, Microsoft had revealed the new Fluent Design System for its Windows 10 operating system. With the Fall Creators Update, Windows 10 is also getting a UI refresh, thanks to the new Fluent Design System. Microsoft is also releasing the new Fluent Design changes to the first-party apps on Windows 10 Mobile.

Fluent is still in the relatively early stages, Windows 10 PCs and Tablets are slowly getting the elements while Windows 10 Mobile is yet to get the most-awaited UI changes

The new design language controls how the UI interacts with illumination, on the desktop you may see elements start to glow as you hover the cursor over them. It also adds depth information to the UI and improves the overall user experience. Furthermore, the new language system controls the textures of the UI elements.

The above changes are noticeable only in Windows 10 PC. Although Windows 10 Mobile apps have been also updated with some Fluent Design changes. The changes are however are nothing when compared to PC.

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Today, Microsoft is updating the Windows Store for Windows 10 Mobile with the Fluent Design changes. The version 11708.1001.21.0 for Windows Store brings acrylic material touch to the title bar. Windows Store is indeed looking beautiful on mobiles after the new acrylic material touch.

The new update for Windows Store is rolling out to Windows Insiders on the Release Preview Ring. As Microsoft has stopped releasing app updates to Fast Ring Insiders, the update is not coming to Windows 10 Mobiles with build 152XX.

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