Microsoft is currently actively developing the Microsoft fluent design system, and Microsoft itself is applying the experience in Windows 10 system and its own applications.
Now Microsoft is also showing developers new design ideas for Windows 10 applications, hoping that developers can also unify the design experience according to Microsoft’s guidance.
The new design includes dark and light-colored switch buttons, sliders, and the default appearance of rating controls. Microsoft is also planning more new design samples.
More extensive targets include circular windows, buttons, toggle switches, dialog boxes, list lists, grid lists, and selection menus, and there may be more in the future.
It needs to be emphasized that the design samples provided by Microsoft are for developers’ reference, but whether to use it depends entirely on the developer and Microsoft will not force the developers to use this design.
At the same time, as far as the current stage is concerned, Microsoft cannot guarantee that these effects will be applied to Windows 10.
The information provided this time is only for design ideas and to collect feedback from users or developers. After evaluation, Microsoft will determine the result and more improvements.