Microsoft’s Windows 10 Browser Gets Fluent Design Treatment
Windows 10 build 16257 was released earlier today with a bunch of improvements and new features, and one tweak that users might not notice at first glance is the addition of Fluent Design in Edge browser.
Acrylic material has made it to the default Windows 10 browser, though at first glance it looks like the blur effect is rather subtle and you really need to look very close to know it’s there.
The Acrylic material effect is more noticeable when expanding the tab bar, as seen in the screenshots in the gallery below, but when using the dark theme, you can barely see it.
“We’re giving Microsoft Edge a refreshed and more modern look in the browser frame, inspired by the Fluent Design System. The use of Acrylic material provides depth and transparency to the tab bar and other controls, and we’ve improved button animations to feel more… (read more)
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