Microsoft's Fluent Design System threatens to make Windows look good – Ars Technica


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Microsoft's Fluent Design System threatens to make Windows look good
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Windows could for the first time ever have a bunch of apps that actually look good. Peter Bright – 5/15/2017, 4:40 PM. reader comments 19. Share this story. Formerly known as Project Neon, the Microsoft Fluent Design System is the latest iteration in
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