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A refined look for Search in Windows 10 features rounder corners

A refined look for Search in Windows 10 features rounder corners

As you may remember, Microsoft is testing an update to Cortana in Windows 10. In the latest Insider Preview build, developers separated Cortana and search in the taskbar by giving them individual taskbar buttons and flyouts. A server-side change adds a new section to the search pane.

Calendar in Windows 10 Has Got Reveal Effect

Calendar in Windows 10 Has Got Reveal Effect

The Calendar flyout in Windows 10 has got a beautiful Reveal effect, which is part of the Microsoft's brand new design language, known as 'Fluent Design'. Earlier, the Settings app got the same effect for its front page. It is really visually stunning.

Windows 10 is getting a refined UI for Settings

Windows 10 is getting a refined UI for Settings

Windows 10 is getting a refined UI for the built-in Settings app. The new appearance of the app received a lot transparency and blur, featuring all the elements of Microsoft's very own design language, known as "Fluent Design". Here is how it looks.

Groove Music updated with more Fluent Design elements

Groove Music updated with more Fluent Design elements

With Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Microsoft introduced its vision for the future of user interface design. The company started to add more and more Fluent Design elements to its own first-party apps, including the Start menu, Calculator, Maps, Store, Settings and Groove Music. A new version of Groove Music got more elements of Fluent Design in the UI.