This Is the New Windows 10 Start Menu with Fluent Design and Acrylic
Windows 10 build 16215, a preview of the Fall Creators Update, comes with a long list of improvements, including new Start menu and Action Center whose looks have been customized with the already-announced Fluent Design System.
Microsoft announced Fluent Design in May at the Build developer conference, and now the company is making some parts of it available not only in apps, but also in various features across the operating system, including the Start menu and the Action Center.
For example, in build 16215, if you have transparency enabled on Start, the Start menu features the new acrylic design, as well as a bunch of other improvements and fixes.
New Action Center with acrylic
Additionally, the Start menu’s horizontal and vertical resize options should work correctly after installing this new build, with Microsoft sayi… (read more)
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