Microsoft Brings the Fluent Treatment to More Parts of Windows 11
Microsoft continues the working on overhauling the interface of Windows, and as we’ve known for a while, the integration of the Fluent design in the operating system is a long-term priority.
The whole thing, however, takes place gradually, and Neowin has observed that the most recent preview build shipped by Microsoft to users enrolled in the Windows Insider program in the Dev channel comes with Fluent in more parts of the OS.
More specifically, Windows 11 now comes with modern refinements in the Windows shut down UI and the Windows Recovery screen that users can load when they reset Windows.
A work in progress
Microsoft hasn’t publicly announced these changes, but their introduction isn’t necessarily surprising. The company is slowly but surely expanding the use of Fluent and Mica across Windows, and every new preview bu… (read more)
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