A while back, Microsoft showed us its new Fluent design language, which it plans to implement in the upcoming Fall Creators Update for Windows 10. The design showcased a radical looking interface for Windows 10, making it look cleaner and fluid. Now, Microsoft has released a new build to the fast ring users of the Windows Insiders with the new design language incorporated.
The Windows 10 Preview Build 16215 changes the design of the Start menu and the Action centre. The Start menu can be resized according to the user’s choice and the Action Center gets a new tweaked layout as well as attractive colour schemes.
The new build also lets users pin a website directly to the Windows taskbar from the Microsoft Edge. It also lets Edge users switch to a full-screen view of the web pages. A new emoji panel has also been added to Windows 10, which can be accessed in an active text box. The touch keyboard also gets word prediction as well as one-handed keyboard support.
The new Fall Creators Update will attempt to make Windows 10 a more attractive proposition to older Windows users as well as MacOS users....